Sharp launches 3D notebook

By on October 13, 2003, 12:03 PM
Sharp has released a notebook with a 3D screen that the company hopes will usher in a new way of looking at computers.

The Actius RD3D comes with a specialized 15-inch screen with a so-called parallax barrier that lets people view 3D images or run 3D applications without special glasses. For example, bodies and bullets appear to fly all over the place in a version of popular game "Quake" that has been adjusted to work on Sharp's 3D monitors.

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