By DE Editors
Fujitsu has introduced its first two-in-one display for 2D and 3D use, the P23T-6 FPR 3D. By incorporating both capabilities into a single 23-inch desktop display, users can swap between high-performance 2D applications and professional 3D applications, using battery-free, polarizing glasses to facilitate the RealD 3D-compatible experience.
The display is targeted at graphics professionals who use CAD/CAE, simulation software and geo/satellite data processing systems. Other target markets include architectural, medical observation, advertising and point-of-sale consulting.
According to the company, the display provides bright, flicker- and fatigue-free pictures without crosstalk, by incorporating 3D Filmtype Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology. A large 3D cone viewing angle allows small groups to experience the 3D depth effect while experiencing presentations, even in daylight settings.
The display comes with a four-in-one stand, and includes an automatic brightness sensor and Eco mode capability. The display also incorporates Fujitsu s 0-Watt standby mode.
For more information, visit Fujitsu.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.br>