Autostereoscopy is any method of displaying stereoscopic images (adding binocular perception of 3D depth) without the use of special headgear or glasses on the part of the viewer.
‘3D’ LED spaceship breaks free from 900 sqm screen
Tai Koo Li
Architectural Design. Oval Partnership
H/W Production. Locomotion & LianTronics
S/W Production. DANS Digital
A gigantic 90-degree curved LED digital signage installation, set above a retail space in Chengdu, China, is showing a 3D-effect video that appears to show a Star Trek-like spaceship emerging from the screen to the space in front of it.
Best viewed from an angle, the glasses-free ‘3D’ video wall has been a top-five trending topic on Sina Weibo, a Chinese social media network that is similar to Twitter, during a Chinese national holiday.
The curved, L-shaped PH8mm LED video wall in the Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li shopping district is more than 900 sqm in size and made with LianTronic FS8 Outdoor Fixed LED. The screen is 63.68m in length (there is a 47.2m north-facing screen, plus a 2.048m curved corner, and a 14.432m east-facing screen) and 14.336m in height.