Though I still feel that glasses-free 3D devices are still a gimmick, it doesn’t mean I wouldn’t like to see the feature on a device like the iPad. At Display Taiwan, a prototype of a 3D iPad 2 shows us the possibilities when you combine Apple’s powerful and popular tablet with a display capable of showing glasses-free 3D content.
Despite its thinness, display manufacturer CPT managed to shove a 3D display into the iPad 2. The video demo below shows that it works just fine, and so it leaves us wondering and hoping about the possibilities of the next-generation iPad.
The iPad 3 is rumored to have an improved AMOLED display, which will be much brighter and consumer less power than the current display in the iPad 2. Additionally, it’s said to have a higher resolution than the current 1024 x 768 display – that means a higher pixel density and sharper images and text.
Curious to see the 3D display in action? You won’t get to see it in all its glory, but check out the video demo below to get a rough idea of what it can be like.
[Via: Netbook News]