The 3D technology was the major topic of discussion recently and will continue to be so in the future too. Despite being the main topic of discussions in the world of technology, many users prefer to stay away from this technology as it causes headaches and nausea. But for the technology world, these reasons are not enough to give up 3D.
Spatial View, a pioneer in stereo 3D content delivery and auto-stereoscopic display technologies, has come with a solution to this – a lightweight lenticular lens (the 3DeeScreen). The 3DeeScreen snaps onto the 15.6 inch laptops that run on Windows 7 to translate ordinary 2D images and videos into eye pleasing quality images. The best thing about this lens is that it does not require a person to sit in any particular viewing zone to enjoy the benefits, the lens itself adjusts to the viewer’s position through the use of eye-tracking software. The 3DeeScreen lens costs US$ 130. You can purchase one for yourself from here.