3-D Tabletop Display Gets Rid of the Glasses | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Saw this device at NAB 2009. The pCubee has three graphics pipelines that drive the screens on the sides of the box. A motion tracker watches the pCubee and the user’s head. The software that powers the device ensures that the user’s view of the box and the rendered perspective on each screen are in sync.The developer Sid Fels says his team is looking to commercialize pCubee so it can be in the hands of consumers. The team is looking to improve the design and refine it by experimenting with OLED screens to replace the LCD panels that are being used currently.“The pCubee can be used as a game platform, a CAD-CAM platform and in museums,” says Fels. “We imagine this as something that would be on everybody’s coffee table.”

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