Autostereoscopic 3D breaks out of the paradigm of using 3D glasses by positioning the filtering process directly on the digital screen surface. An optical filter, gently applied to the digital monitor surface, then provides separate viewing zones at a distance in front of the screen. Within each zone, only a single viewing perspective can be seen. When the viewer positions his head in front of the displays, his eyes (left and right eye) are positioned in two different viewing zones. This results in a slightly different perspective of the same scene for the left and right eye - you can see in 3D without the additional aids of 3D glasses! More details on the products can be found on our 3D display Product website and also please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
Multiple views allow several viewers to experience 3D simultaneously