Since the release of the 3D blockbuster film, Avatar, 3D displays have been on the rise.
At the 2010 Taipei International Information Technology Show (COMPUTEX), TECO showcased its achievements in this area at the show, with an impressive display that wowed the expert crowd of technology fanatics.
Two favourites featured in the display were the digital photo frame and the digital sign with 3D imagery apparent to the naked eye. Developed by the TECO Group Research Institute (TGRI), both cutting edge items attracted widespread attention at the show.
TECO and chip company, Renesas Electrics have teamed up to jointly develop a digital frame that transforms 2D images into 3D. TECO’s 46-inch sign comes with eight-angle view. The 3D digital photo frame combines Analogue 3D software and computer processing. The product will soon be available to the mass market, so stay tuned!