Hisense Transparent 3D: An Incredible Spectacle Even If it's Pointless

By Mario Aguilar on at

Hisense's "Transparent 3D" display technology creates the crazy effect of incorporating real-life objects into a video image. The company thinks the 40-inch demo unit in the image above is the future of how you window shop, but it's so cool looking that I wish there was something to do with it.

The panel works a lot like the transparent displays Samsung has shown off in the past except that now, they work with 3D content. When you put on 3D glasses and stare at the screen, the video gets incorporated with whatever is behind it. Obviously it's not totally seamless. The real objects look somewhat superimposed, but what's cool is that it the effect looks like it was made in Final Cut Pro instead of by an optical illusion.

Hisense Transparent 3D: An Incredible Spectacle Even If it's Pointless

The only trouble is that there's no real use for this that's fun. Like how would you incorporate this into a movie or gamin? This is just a neat trick that can be used to sell you stuff in store windows. Oh well, cheers to the spectacle.

Hisense Transparent 3D: An Incredible Spectacle Even If it's Pointless