Tilting Screen Mimics 3D Images Without Special Glasses [Video]

Tilting Screen Mimics 3D Images Without Special Glasses [Video]

The Tilt Display is a prototype tablet that's able to give the illusion of depth.

Yi Chen
  • 26 september 2012

The prototype Tilt Display was created by a team of researchers at the University of Bristol. The 10-inch tablet is created using nine different display panels in a 3×3 configuration. Each of the panels can tilt up and down individually to mimic the physical depth and provide the illusion of 3D images. For example, if it’s an image of a landscape, the sky might remain stationary, while the road might be raised to provide the picture with more depth.

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