Mopic launches glasses-free 3D monitor
Among the digital signage that will be presented by Mopic at CES 2020, the company will showcase its glasses-free 3D monitor.
Digital 3D Signage (4K, 32-inch) is a glasses-free 3D signage that can be easily viewed under different angles. Mopic says it adds to normal digital signage with advertising effects. Customers can select templates and send simple images and texts, which are converted into a 3D advertisement by Mopic technology. It will be a strong alternative to existing content creation tools, says Mopic, which it describes as expensive and difficult to manoeuvre.
The system uses Samsung’s 4K monitor as hardware.
The company will also be showcasing the Personal 3D monitor (4K, 27-inch model). This display is based on eye-tracking technology, for full immersion by the observer. By connecting the 3D monitor with a PC through an HDMI cable, users may visualise the data that is currently being processed in real-time stereoscopic 3D view. The 3D monitor may also be used in standalone mode without being connected to the PC.
The monitor can convert side-by-side images into real-time stereoscopic images without the need for 3D glasses, for use in estate agency, medical, education, in-car displays and games.
The company will also be exhibiting HoloGlass, a 3D film that converts a tablet into a 3D/virtual reality (VR) device. It is attached onto the front screen and converts it to 3D without the need for 3D glasses or HMD. It can be used to demonstrate a close-to-reality visual of business-related 3D content such as 3D modelling or 3D graphics.
Mopic will be exhibiting at CES 2020 (7 to 10 January) in LVCC, South Hall1 ARVR & Gaming Zone Booth 21648.