Published on : 2 Apr, 2013
Temasek Polytechnic (TP) and A*STAR’s Institute of Materials Research and Engineering’s (IMRE) new nano-engineered screen protector that turns the ordinary screens of handheld devices into 3D displays will be marketed by start-up, Nanoveu Pte Ltd. The unique plastic film can also potentially be used as next generation security tokens employed by banks and corporations. Thanks to the simple plastic filter, mobile device users can now view unprecedented, distortion-free, brilliant 3D content with the naked eye. This latest innovation from TP and IMRE is the first ever glasses-free 3D accessory that can display content in both portrait and landscape mode, and measures less than 0.1 mm in thickness.
For more information about the product, EyeFly3D, please refer to Nanoveu's website at http://eyefly3d.com.
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Media Coverage :
- The Straits Times
- The Business Times
- Channel NewsAsia
- Channel 5
- Lianhe Zaobao
- CNET Asia
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