Yesterday after the BNI Annual Conference at Legends, I wondered into Centrepoint Singapore and had to take a second look at the wide screen monitors above the escalators that head down to the supermarket… they are 3D… why are they there… there is no advertising that i saw to announce their reason for being there… I should have taken a photo.. or was i simply dreaming…. has anyone else seen them ?
News source below from 3pointd
Holographic television displays are apparently closer than we thought, according to a company called SeeReal Technologies. They’re developing 3D holographic display techniques that would work on flat LCD screens and would not require special glasses.
The system tracks viewers’ eyes and directs output accordingly. For more detail, you can read a good FAQ page on their site. Or show up tomorrow (23 May), at the Society for Information Display’s International Symposium in Long Beach CA, where SeeReal will unveil some of their new tech, according to a press release. Sounds promising. But how does it look?
2 responses to “Has anyone seen the 3D screens at Centrepoint…”
There are 2 located just outside the main entrance to Northpoint (Yishun). 🙂
I think I’ve read something simillar a few days ago. I don’t remember where, might have been on digg.com or slashdot.