By >Daimaou - G.G-B
[FPD 2010] AUO, 3D or DIE
AUO made an the front-page of Akihabara News and many other tech website this week by announcing before Samsung, their first 70” (21:9) 240Hz LED backlight 3D Monster, and today at FPD we had the chance to see this baby in the “flesh” and despite the fact we will never have the chance to get such wonder in our house anytime soon, we have to admit that this screen is just what everyday is dreaming about!
Now, more “reasonable” size-wise, but most probably extremely expensive was AUO latest 14” AMOLED 3D TV. Sure 14” is just too small, but watching full HD 3D movies on such screen, an LTPS TFT + Side by Side OLED technology offering a 200cd/m2 brightness and a 100,000:1 contrast ratio is a real bliss.
Most of actual CAR GPS are just a pain to use in direct sunlight, and company like AUO is working on solution to offer GPS LCD and Car Display capable to be perfectly usable in whatever condition.
Today, the company introduces a Transflective LCD using AMVA-Mobile technology, offering a static contrast ratio superior of 2,000:1 with a 70% reproduction of the NTSC Color Space. The result is just perfect and clearly visible even in direct sunlight.
AUO also showed an interesting Dual Side prototype offering on one side a 3.2” trasnflective MIP display with a 360×640 resolution and a 16M color depth and on the other side another 3.2” trasnflective MIP display with a 360×640 resolution but only available in monochrome.
This technology will bring to future clamshell phones two LCDs while offering the lowest power consumptions possible.
We had to fight hard on this one to get the chance to shoot for picture for you, but hey, you know how much we love you! Anyway, similar to what Sharp introduced with its 3D Glassless technology, this 15.6” Full HD (2D) or HD (1366×768) 3D display offer you a just perfect 3D image regardless of your position (No deadzone). Being a prototype AUO however confirmed that this kind of screen is just a breath away from being fully operational and ready to be produced.
Available in 4” these 2D/3D Glassless screens these barrier 3D touch Panel allow you to “manipulate” in 3 dimensions with their finger or a stylus.
This kind of display will surely soon be found on many mobile devices including phones and portable gaming consoles.