Saturday, July 18, 2009


NewSight, a Japanese unit of NewSight Corp of the US, developed a 3D display using LEDs as pixels for the first time in the world.

The 3D effect is caused by an array of parallax LEDs turned at a pitch of 6mm, thereby working in the same way as pixels on LCD displays.

Featuring a 180-inch screen with a width of 3.84m, the "3D LED Video Wall" is one of the world's largest 3D displays. The company said that it is possible to combine four displays and make a 360-inch 3D display.

The new LED display realized 3D representation with the parallax barrier method as the company's LCD 3D displays. The LEDs are made in China. Arranged at a pitch of 6mm, they work like the pixels of an LCD panel. The display is best watched from about 5m away, but the optimal distance can be adjusted. The warranty period of the LED is 20,000 hours.

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