Germany's Sterrix Technologies Builds OLED 3D Auto Stereoscopic Display

Jul 08, 2010
Today a lot of tech companies are preparing to launch 3D displays, but Sterrix Technologies, a company based in Germany, went even further. It filed a series of patent for 3D auto stereoscopic display based on the OLED technology.

It is worth mentioning that the images shown on this display have a resolution 100 times higher than the high-definition images. In addition, you can view the images without special 3D glasses.

Sterrix Technologies' 3D OLED auto stereoscopic display generates over 100 perspectives, having 1,000 inline processors (cores). Thus it allows a person to observe accurate 3D images from virtually any angle and from any distance.

In order to provide a more relaxing 3D viewing, the display will make use of new pixel structure with colored pixels, with pixels being adjusted to the anatomy of the human eye. Thus the new pixel technology helps in the formation of special picture in the human brain.

Currently the German company is working on the creation of prototypes of its 3D OLED auto stereoscopic displays.

[via OLED Info]


posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

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