ISE 2012 showcase from Philips to include glasses-free 3D displays
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By News Desk
17 January 2012
Philips's BDL4251VS autostereoscopic display will be demonstrated at ISE 2012
Philips Public Signage is to demonstrate a number of new products at Amsterdam's Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2012 show at the end of the month, including the new 42" (1.1m) BDL4251VS display, which uses lenticular technology to show glasses-free 3D content.
“With more screens all competing for your attention, this is the one that stands out from the crowd," comments Wilfred de Man, sales and marketing director for the Public Signage division at Philips distributor MMD.
The BDL4251VS offers the widest viewing angle on the market at present and plays 2D content as well, says Philips, adding it features several connectivity options making it suitable for digital signage applications.
Other products on show at ISE 2012 – taking place from January 31st to February 2nd – will include the E-Line screen series with an Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) slot, the 120" (3m) Candeo LED display and the 55" (1.4m) 3D LED ultra-slim bezel videowall.
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