Eizo DuraVision FDF2301-3D autostereoscopic display
Eizo are a manufacturer that most people associate with high-end LCD monitors, usually of the IPS (In-Plane Switching) varierty, that are particularly useful for design, CAD/CAM and other colour-critical work. Their latest computer screen, however, has taken a very different approach that still exudes ‘substance’ rather than ‘style’. The FDF2301-3D may look like a monstrosity that is half bezel, half screen – but the clever bits inside that huge box allows the DuraVision to display 3D content without the need for any sort of 3D glasses. The display is a tidy 23 inches and can display content at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD). Without seeing the technology in action ourselves it is difficult to comment on how effective and strain-free the effect is, but we can’t help but hope that one day the technology will be slimmed down considerably. There have so far been no indications on release date or price, but you should expect to pay several thousand USD when and if it actually makes it to retail.
Eizo DuraVision – sleek and sexy it isn’t