NichiaJapanese company Nichia, along with a professor from Tokushima University, have developed a new LED screen technology that displays 3D images without requiring viewers to wear glasses, goggles, or other not-so-stylish items that might mar some kogaru girl's carefully crafted look. We haven't seen the test unit yet, which has a resolution of 18,000 pixels in total and measures 146 by 77 centimeters, but the general idea is that the screen somehow shows different images to each eye and tricks the brain into seeing 3D. As soon as we have a chance to get properly crosseyed we'll report more.

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