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3M adhesive film creates glasses-free 3D displays

3M adhesive film creates glasses-free 3D displays

3M are perhaps best known among geeky types for their self-adhesive privacy films, that can be used to shield monitors against prying eyes, but the company has also been investigating 3D technology.  They've demonstrated a 3D display system that requires no special glasses; instead, it relies on backlighting control and a specially textured adhesive film that directs elements of an on-screen image to either the viewer's left or right eye.

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3M MPro120 Pocket Projector Review

3M MPro120 Pocket Projector Review

We've reviewed our fair share of pico-projectors here at SlashGear, and while they've often had impressive aspects to their performance, there's been nothing that pushed them out of "expensive toy" and into "must-have accessory". 3M are hoping that their latest model does just that: the 3M MPro120 is the company's second-generation attempt at the pico platform, using a new LCoS imager and four times the battery life. Can it earn a permanent place in our bag? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Castrade Pico projector, a 3M MPro 1100’s clone outs for Japanese market

Castrade Pico projector, a 3M MPro 1100’s clone outs for Japanese market

Compare to an established standard-size projectors, the Pico versions still have long journey to playing catch up in the brightness and color reproduction areas. But we’ve seen its popularity recently increased from a short few months, even DisplayLink is thinking about developing its USB-display chip for the use of Pico projector. This week, another one shown up from Japan, and is equipped with Lcos technology.

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