How does 3D Monitors work

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How does 3D Monitors work & do we always need to wear a 3D glass to watch media on 3D Monitors?

 

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How does 3D Monitors work

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Everyones two eyes focus on an object in front of them, and since their eyes are set a small distance apart, they see two different images. Try focusing on something a foot or two away from you with one eye closed, then switch to the other eye. Notice how the perspective changes? Well your brain sort of putting those images together so they are in focus, and things that are closer or farther away are not in focus. And yes you can watch without 3D glasses. You just might have to sit a distance away or at an angle.

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The main idea to creating a 3D image is to display a slightly different version of the image to each eye. In doing so, the viewer's brain will combine them and perceive depth.  

3D monitors use lenticular lenses to achieve the 3D effect. Have you seen some holographic image postcards? The technology employed is very similar with that. Multiple images are being displayed on the screen at the same time in alternating bands. A layer of convex lenses are arranged in columns and are placed over the display so that depending on the angle, the image band that is visible to the eye will differ and thus making  the holographic images morph as the viewing angle changes. In this case, there’s no need for the 3D glasses

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