GRilli3D plastic film allows 3D stereo viewing on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch without 3D glasses

GRilli3D LLC has unveiled a special plastic film that allows Apple iPad , iPhone and iPod touch owners, to view 3D content in true 3D stereo format without need of  3D glasses.

The GRilli3D films also serve as a screen protector and is now available at www.GRilli3D.com for $29.99 -iPad and $14.99 for iPhone and iPod touch. The thin film operate by interposing a series of “Barrier Lines” between the eyes and the projected image, blocking the view of each eye differently and providing the signal separation that result in depth perception at close intervals when used with mobile devices.

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