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Toshiba's flatbed 3D display

Peter Rojas
Toshiba flatbed 3D display

It took a couple of days for a good pic to turn up, but check out this photo of Toshiba's new flatbed 3D display (the bottle on the bottom right is real), which they're claiming offers a more realistic "depth of touch" than upright displays. Doesn't give you that full Star Wars-esque holographic effect you'll need to play a little Dejarik Holochess, but the prototype does have a 30 degree viewing angle, which means you should be able to look around objects a tiny bit.

[Via 3Yen. Also, thanks to everyone who sent this one in]

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