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Sharp's triple veil-view LCD

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
September 27, 2006
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What's better than a dual, veil-view LCD? Why a triple veil-view of course! Sharp engineers have managed to control the angle of visibility using the ol' parallax barrier used in 3D displays. The resulting panel is perfect for those times when you need to get some work done on the computer but your toddler is clamoring to watch the latest download of CSI. Or mount the LCD in the car allowing you to navigate GPS maps while the family chills with a film... or freakin' puppies and plants, whatever just as long as they shut the hell up. No idea where or when these might be available, Sharp's apparently just being a little boastful about their accomplishment. Proud you should be Sharp, now come, we've got a cookie for ya.

[Via Impress]



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