Korean researchers developed a new glasses-free OLED based 3D technology that uses tiny prisms - called lucius prism. The idea is to use an array of these microscale prisms, each basically an OLED to create two different images - one for the right eye and one for the left eye. Currently the researchers describe a four-centimeter square prism array, although they estimate that they can make it larger, to make a 3D TV. The prism array was made from photocurable polyurethane acrylate (PUA), although any kind of transparent polymer could be used.



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