Nikon NF-300i

Nikon’s NF-300i is a glasses-free 3D digital photo frame. The display is a 7.2″ (800×600) LCD with lenticular lens. It has an Ethernet port, USB and Wi-Fi, and it runs Android v2.1 and can show all sorts of services (such as RSS, weather, etc.) and also movies.

Nikon will only sell the NF-300i with a 2D to 3D conversion web-based service (called my Picturetown 3D). It will cost ¥1,995 ($25) per month which includes the rent for the NF-300i and up to 3 conversions per month. The service will launch in March 2011.

3D display type: 

7.2″ (800×600) lenticular-lens LCD

Gucci to release polarized 3D glasses soon for $225

Following Oakley’s footsteps, there are reports that Gucci are set to release their own polarized 3D glasses soon (December or so), which will be have a retro look and will cost $225. We’ve been hearing about Gucci’s 3D glasses since September 2009…

The glasses have “optically correct 6-base curved lenses” with a “high tech multi-layered mirrored coating which allows the wearer to view themselves in a mirror without distortion”.

via Softpedia

Delta is developing a projector-based glasses-free 3D display

Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has approved subsidies totaling NT$600 million ($20 million) – which will go into two projects, one of them Delta Electronics’ projector-based 3D displays.

Delta are developing a auto-stereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D display that uses multiple LED projectors that are used to create high-resolution, multiple-viewing-angle 3D images.

The second project that received grants is AUO’s AMOLED project. We do not know how the $20 million are split between those two projects. Via Digitimes.

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