Supernova X1 3D tablet: No glasses needed

While Toshiba has already showcased a 3D HDTV that can be viewed with the naked eye, FuZhou Rockchip Electronics has done the same with a prototype tablet.

Supernova 1
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One of the main stumbling blocks to 3D display technology adoption is price and the need to wear special glasses (a pair of active shutter goggles can cost up to $150). While Toshiba has already showcased a 3D HDTV that can be viewed with the naked eye , FuZhou Rockchip Electronics has done the same with a prototype tablet.

The Supernova X1 tablet, which was spotted at an event in China, is reported to be able to display 3D videos without the need for any eyewear. There are no specific details or specifications, but the video below gives you a peep into the future from the shores of the Middle Kingdom.

(Source: Crave Asia via Engadget China)

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