Japan is used to leading the way when it comes to technology, so I find it hardly surprising that the country now hosts the world's largest glasses-free 3D display.
This was developed by Japans’ National Institute of Information and Communications (NICT) along with JVC Kenwood and measures no less than 200-inch in size while supporting Full HD resolutions.
allows you to watch it from 57 different angles, meaning that one can even see the sides of 3D objects.
Weighing in at a massive 500kg or about 1,100 pounds, the display incorporates a condenser lens that focuses the light for sharp images along with a special diffuser film that creates a smooth transition between different viewing angles, according to SlashGear
Sadly, even though this technology is definitely impressive, the two organizations have no plans of releasing a consumer version of the display.
Instead, they will focus on the design and digital signage markets, so maybe if you are fortunate you will find one in your local mall. Prepare to be amazed however as the future versions of the display are expected to support up to 200 different viewing angles.