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Wednesday, 22 August 2007 11:04

Hitachi develops 3D display

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Hitachi researchers have developed a lightweight 3D display that can potentially be adapted for mobile devices such as telephones. Weighing a kilogram, the gizmo uses stereoscopic vision display, andresembles an upside-down, multi angular pyramid full of mirrors on top of a liquid crystal display. Rieko Otsuka of Hitachi's Advanced Research Laboratory said the gadgetwas small and portable and could be used to show museum pieces at schools.

According to Associated Press, Otsuka wants to see the technology eventually applied to mobile phones, so people could see imagesthree-dimensionally from their handsets," she said.

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