Wednesday, December 1st 2010

Eizo Intros its First 3D Monitor that Allows Naked Eye 3D Viewing

Eizo released its first 3D monitor that doesn't require you to put on any kind of 3D glasses. The DuraVision FDF2301-3D is a 23-inch full-HD (1920 x 1080 resolution) monitor lets you see stereoscopic 3D video with your naked eye. It is an LED-illuminated LCD monitor that includes bidirectional backlight to provide several 3D viewing modes including Side by Side, Anaglyph, and Frame Sequential. Display inputs include two DVI-D and one VESA Stereo Sync port.

Source: Akihabara News
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62 Comments on Eizo Intros its First 3D Monitor that Allows Naked Eye 3D Viewing

#1
bear jesus
by: Vancha
It's "naked eye 3-D", and all people can comment on is the aesthetics...

I think it's amazing, whatever it looks like.
I think the main reason most of us are complaining is because we have no clue as to how good the image will look, all we can see is the giant bezel :laugh:

Even with the crazy high cost i think some reviews are in order before anyone can say how useful it is, saying that though I'm pretty sure that by the time there are more brands making them and at a much lower cost they wont look anything like this.... i hope :laugh:
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#2
mdsx1950
It's funny how everyone is complaining about bezel yet forgetting the main point of this monitor. NAKED EYE 3D
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#3
phanbuey
speaking of naked and 3d...
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#4
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
So in 5 years these should start to be affordable. I hope the upper class gamers take notice to the first of the line no-glasses 3d monitors paving the way for us all.

Also 3DS should push this market more into the main if it is kick ass as we are lead to believe.
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gumpty
by: Vancha
It's "naked eye 3-D", and all people can comment on is the aesthetics...

I think it's amazing, whatever it looks like.
+1

I take the piss, but if it works well and was affordable I would buy it despite it's looks. I'm a function over form guy, I guess.
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#6
Mussels
Moderprator
performance (viewing angles, etc) and looks will get better over time, i'm just glad the tech even EXISTS.
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#7
Bundy
I agree this will become affordable. Our first widescreen TV was a standard definition plasma that retailed at $14,000 (I didn't pay for it:pimp:), 2 years ago I replaced it with a HD LCD for $2300, the same item now is $1500. All this happened in 10 years.
As the cost of tech drops faster with time, I reckon theese will fall below $1000 within the next few years.
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#8
Tartaros
by: gumpty
+1

I take the piss, but if it works well and was affordable I would buy it despite it's looks. I'm a function over form guy, I guess.
Nowadays you can see in shops a tv with two different colours, black and white. The white one usually costs more than the black one and still sells more than the black one. And I mean a difference from 100 to 200 euros.

Wheres's the logic? I don't know.
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#9
DRDNA
Now that what I am talking about!
The next thing you know the competition will be abound.
Then the prices will drop.
Then the bezels will shrink.
By then ATI will have the cursor issue fixed and we can see these in EyeInfinity.
Then I will be accused of epenis issues.
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#10
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: Frick
Well, no. See, technology moves forward. 3D used properly can be darn cool.

The monitor is ugly, but as others have said, there's a lot of things in there not needed in your standard monitor. Give it time and we'll have models that look sleek and are good for Eyefinity and whatnot. It is also worth to point out that this is the very first monitor of its kind. So it's a young technlogy.
Ive been to two, 3-d movies, and they are in no way worth the 20 dollars, all I ended up with was eye strain and a head ache! 3-D just needs to hurry up and die so I can stop hearing about how it's the "future"!:shadedshu
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#11
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
That is just big an unwiedly, lol. Im assuming the price to be about 3k or so.
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#12
Scrizz
the return of the CRT look.
LMAO
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