The Duravision FDF2301-3D uses directional backlight and delivers 1920×1080 p resolution, but looks very much like a clumsy first generation-device. The special backlight enables, according to Eizo, 3D vision by displaying two different images (that create the combined 3D picture) in a time lag.
“Because there is no need to allocate a pixel from the LCD panel to each parallax image, the monitor can use the LCD panel’s full HD resolution to produce realistic stereoscopic images with excellent depth resolution,” Eizo said. The manufacturer promises users that the device will provide consistent “stable” 3D pictures. Price? Your guess is as good as ours. However, the monitor isn’t especially visually appealing, it will not be available (in Japan) until Q2 2011 and we guess that you won’t be able to buy it for much less than $1000.
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