3d Monitors and Displays: This Stuff is Cool

Wouldn’t a blog in 3d be cool? Still, some of these monitors look technically problematic. Do you really want this on your desk?

3D monitors are cool, but do you really want this on your desk? It wouldnt fit on mine.
3D monitors are cool, but do you really want this on your desk? It wouldn’t fit on mine.

IZ3D has one that requires glasses.

That’s a weird spinny 3d monitor. Looks like a holograph from Star Wars. No idea who was working on that. Here’s a hologram TV, but the picture on it ain’t moving, which is kinda the point.

I02 Technology as the Helio Display. Dang, if that doesn’t look like a better holograph than from Star Wars.

 Another very cool technology is the Cheoptics 360:

 

Which is discussed here a Dvorak.org/blog. If that’s your drinking game, then take a shot.

Toshiba has a glasses-free 3D Flat Panel display targeted for arcade machines. Sharp also has a 3D Flat Panel out or coming out soon. This 3D VisWall is cool, but probably not going to be available to the end-user any time soon. Samsung also has a groovy 3D Television offering.

Assuming the market doesn’t entirely crash and we’re all trying to sell apples for a nickle-a-pop on the street corner, the future looks pretty bright for folks who like big displays, and have drooled over the possibilities of 3d in the living room for the past several decades, like me. Shweet!

More on Samsung’s 3D-Ready DLP TV. More on Sharp’s 3D monitor.

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