Without Glasses

Posted by admin | 3D Tech,Without Glasses | Thursday 22 July 2010 23:38

Autostereoscopic 3D LCD

MASTERIMAGE 3D’s patented TN-LCD-based autostereoscopic technology allows for direct viewing of 3D content on flat screen displays (TFT-LCD, PDP, OLED) without the need for glasses.  Our ‘Cell Matrix Parallax’ display modules allow for the highest brightness and no crosstalk (ghosting).

  • Displays utilizing our ‘Cell Matrix Parallax’ technology can offer both portrait and landscape modes in 3D.  By utilizing TN-LCD technology, our displays can also switch between 2D and 3D modes.
  • Furthermore, MASTERIMAGE 3D has developed and patented a special manufacturing process that allows for precise alignment between our 3D module and the display.  Our equipment aligns each pixel of both panels with a maximum tolerance of 2 microns to ensure the highest manufacturing yield.


  • High brightness level and wide viewing angle, delivering the sharpest and highest quality 3D images
  • Elimination of crosstalk (ghosting)
  • Switchable between 2D and 3D modes.  Reverse compatible with existing 2D content
  • Switchable between portrait and landscape modes in 3D, unique to ‘Cell Matrix Parallax’
  • Compatible with all existing flat display technologies
  • Cost effective – Manufacturing simplicity resulting in high yields


  • By modifying the cell structure of TN-LCDs to build the parallax barrier, we maintain cost effectiveness while greatly improving upon other parallax barrier-based technologies available in the marketplace.
  • Our technology uses a group of cells, by column unit, to form the parallax barrier instead of using conventional stripe type cells.
  • This methodology creates more gaps between cells, allowing for more brightness and no crosstalk.
  • This also allows for the ability to switch between portrait and landscape modes, as well as the ability to switch between 2D and 3D modes, all without compromising picture quality.

Samsung 3D TV without glasses: Watch Video

Samsung’s LCD VP shows us its new 3D LCD Displays at CES 2010 including one 3D display that requires no glasses to see the 3D: