Wednesday, 18 May, 2011 Technology

Latest Invention: World's Smallest 3D High-Definition Display from Japan


Ortus Technology is a Japanese firm that recently unveiled the world's smallest 3D display that boasts a diagonal of just 4.8 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The developers managed to fit a pixel density of 458 pi with the help of the company's own technology called Hyper Amorphous Silicon TFT or simply HAST. The technology used in the device emphasizes upon an extremely high definition that goes beyond the detection limit of the human eye.

In regard to the 3D feature, the Japanese firm utilized a circular polarizing film dubbed Xpol. The latter was developed by another Japanese company called Arisawa Manufacturing.

Ortus' representatives hope the company's technology will be used in monitors of commercial 3D cameras. Its technology will allow checking three-dimensional pictures instantly after the person took them.

So far no market launch date has been set, but according to the company the starting point of the display's production will depend on the demand.

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