Over the past decade, NDIS has developed glasses-free 3D display technologies and produced and sold various 3D LCD modules for smart phones, PMPs, and PDFs using the parallax barrier technology.
The company also developed the highest level of 2D/3D switchable display samples using the LC lens technology.
3D Auto-Stereoscopy with NDIS's state of the art 3D technologies allow users to feel spatiality, distance, reality and solidity from a 2 Dimensional display and to experience real 3D effect.
Two main approaches to achieve spatial multiplexing: Parallax barriers and Lenticular systems
3D Auto-Stereoscopy results from the separation of images between two eyes, which is called Binocular Disparity. When viewing the same object, the left and the right eyes observe different sides of the object and these two images are mixed in our brain to feel 3D images.