Friday 18th February 2005
Cube displays pioneering 3D Screens at Euro Shop
The first 3D screen in the marketplace is being displayed at Euro Shop by in-store entertainment providers Cube.
The SynthaGram 404 screen, which does not require special glasses to view the images, is especially suited for wide-angle electronic 3D signage and exhibits in public spaces such as In-Store Digital Signage, Retail Displays, Tradeshow Booths and Interactive Kiosks, Arcades, Casinos, Gaming, Corporate Lobbies, and anywhere you need to captivate a large audience.
No special lighting conditions are required for the screen due to the bright 3D effects, and there are automatic transitions between DVD-quality 2D and 3D.
The screen's objective is to grab attention but it also increases information recall.
The benefits of the LCD monitor are that it has a very long life with no image burn, and any size flat-screen LCD or plasma can be customized in large volumes for Glasses-Free 3D viewing via special order.
There is an installation of nine of these screens in Gizmondo, the handheld games console company, in Regent Street, Central London.
Resolution - 1280 x 768
Display Area - 40” Viewable
Brightness - 500 cd/m²
3D viewing angle - 70º horizontal
2D viewing angle - 170º horizontal
Recommended viewing distance -Close - 6.5 ft
Medium - 10ft
Far - 15ft
Dimensions (w x h x d) - 38.4” x 24.2” x 4”