AU Optronics (AUO) will begin volume production of dead-zone free 3D display panels in the third quarter of 2011, with some 15.6-inch notebook models built with the new 3D panels to hit the market in the quarter, according to the company.
AUO’s dead-zone free 3D panels incorporate switchable lens technology and face-tracking to overcome the dead-zone problem when viewing the 3D display using the naked eye, the company said in a technology seminar.
The Bang & Olufsen (B&O) BeoVision 7 swivels using a motorized stand. Combine that with AUO’s face-tracking display and you’ll be faced with a dead-zone free 3D TV all day and all night. Just make sure you get your eyes checked by an optometrist a lot more than just once a year.