Dimenco enhances glasses-free 3D displays with new lens tech

June 3, 2012 — Glasses-free 3D display developer Dimenco released Dimenco Clear View (DCV) technology, with a “unique lens design and manufacturing process” to enable deeper black levels, no brightness loss, wider viewing angle, and lower cross-talk.

Dimenco optimized 3D performance through attention to lens design, panel and manufacturing processes, said Bas Böggemann COO of Dimenco. Conventional 3D auto-stereoscopic displays are made with a lenticular lens coupled to the liquid crystal display (LCD) panel, reducing brightness and contrast, and limiting the viewing angle in which 3D is perceived on the display.

Dimenco Clear View’s optical stack was optimized to limit internal reflections and is not affected by any form of diffusion. Combining the DCV technology and Dimenco image processing enables smooth cone transitions for better 3D display.

Dimenco Clear View technology will be demonstrated on several Dimenco displays at SID Display Week, June 5-7 in Boston, booth 848.

The technology is ready for licensing and 3D display products can be acquired via Dimenco.

Dimenco offers end-to-end 3D auto-stereoscopic solutions that include auto-stereoscopic 3D displays, components, software, content conversion and consultancy services. For more information about Dimenco, please visit www.dimenco.eu

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