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Marvel Digital unveils glasses-free 3D video wall

08 Apr 2016

Hong Kong-based Marvel Digital will unveil the latest glasses-free 3D digital signage next week at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair.

The company will be showcasing its 138-inch glasses-free 3D video wall, consisting of nine 46-inch 3D displays with ultra thin bezels.

Marvel Digital says the offering includes 3D lenticular technology to deliver an ‘outstanding’ 3D visual experience.

The wall comes in combinations of three to 12 displays, to fit different venue sizes and applications.

The autostereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D specialist’s flagship glasses-free 4K3D displays will also be presented at the show. 

The displays feature 4K resolution and over 120 degrees 3D viewing angle.

The 4K3D displays are targeted at advertising, exhibition, retail promotion and 3D entertainment.

Marvel Display will also be showcasing its glasses-free 3D virtual reality games, along with glasses-free 3D smartphones and 3D tablets.

The company says the portable devices are equipped with advanced 2D-3D switchable panels, allowing users to demonstrate complex concepts through 3D content. The devices are pre-loaded with the Android operating system.

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