Hitachi recently demonstrated its new portable-sized 3D display at IFA 2007, and Jesus Diaz managed to snag some footage. Video after the jump. Here’s how it works, according to Gizmodo user “YSIROTIN“:

These displays mainly target medical imaging and CAD user bases. They typically work by having a set of stobed projection screens onto which a fast (like DLP) projector synchs differen layers. When the screen in front is opaque, it gets the top Z-layer and when the screen in back is opaque, it gets the bottom Z-layer projected onto it

[via Gizmodo]