Sony to Demo 360 Degree Autostereoscopic Display at Siggraph

Back in October last year, Sony showed off a new display that was capable of 360 degree 3D image. A similar prototype is going on display at Siggraph next week that also has interaction with users. Those viewing the 3D autostereoscopic display can use gestures to move the image around.

The full 360 degree image works in 1 degree seperations. No 3D glasses are needed according to the text on the Youtube video embedded below.


  1. Gadget Guru says

    I wonder if that means you’ll be able to have your TV in the middle of the room, with everyone sitting around it instead of lined up in front of it? That would be a pretty amazing leap forward.

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