Japan-based Ortus Technology has developed what it calls the world’s smallest 3D display with full HD resolution – after announcing the world’s smallest full HD display in 2D last October. Also sized at 4.8 inches, the new screen is basically the 3D version of that model. Unfortunately, users need to wear glasses to view pictures in 3D.
Just like the 2D model, the HAST (Hyper Amorphous Silicon TFT) screen boasts 458ppi in 2D mode (and still very impressive 229ppi in 3D mode). It can display 16.8 million colors, has a viewing angle of 160 degrees and comes with LED backlight.
Here’s a video that shows the 3D screen in action (subbed in English, shot by Diginfonews in Tokyo):