Reviewspring review the Sharp LL-151D, a budget autostereoscopic monitor based on parallax technology. As we found in the article, autostereoscopic technology is the most popular form of 3D LCD technology and it is able to provide a 3D image without any glasses.
This technology works by diverting each column of pixels to an individual eye, essentially halving the vertical resolution but providing a unique image to each eye. By displaying a correctly rendered image on the monitor it is then possible to trick the brain into believing that the two 2D images are a single 3D scene.
Also, Reviewspring tell us what is the right 3D viewing position
The photo is not so profesional taked but the editor just show us that the $500 Sharp LL-151D monitor is extremely glossy…
It is good to know that almost any game will work in real 3D on this monitor if you own an NVIDIA graphics card.
Their predictable conclusions are: Half Life 2 and FarCry were particularly fun in stereoscopic mode but … playing a game for an extended period of time can be uncomfortableSharp