Philips has just unveiled a new 42-inch display that uses “its patented multi-view lenticular technology in combination with advanced 3D display signal processing to provide an extraordinary 3D viewing experience that stands out compared to conventional displays.” Video after the jump.

It allows multiple users to view 3D content at the same time within a large comfort zone, providing a sustainable 3D viewing experience without the need for special viewing glasses. The display can be applied for a broad range of applications, visualizing both 2D and 3D content with high picture quality

Philips has just unveiled a new 42-inch display that uses “its patented multi-view lenticular technology in combination with advanced 3D display signal processing to provide an extraordinary 3D viewing experience that stands out compared to conventional displays.” Video after the jump.

It allows multiple users to view 3D content at the same time within a large comfort zone, providing a sustainable 3D viewing experience without the need for special viewing glasses. The display can be applied for a broad range of applications, visualizing both 2D and 3D content with high picture quality