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Miracube intros HD-grade 3D display

updated 03:55 pm EDT, Mon May 21, 2007

Miracube 3D Display

Miracube today put a new spin on a familiar concept with its G320S. Meant for games and movies, the 32-inch widescreen can use stereoscopic glasses to add depth to any content that includes the extra code. Its resolution is the 1366x768 common to many 720p-native TV sets but dips in sharpness only slightly compared to many 3D screens, shrinking the image to 1366x384 when the extra axis is factored in and will maintain its full 16.7 million colors. Officially intended for computers, the G320S has both DVI and VGA support but can accept HD resolutions up to 1080i from movie players and consoles with the correct outputs.

Information about the display's availability is unknown, though the company's English pages suggest a launch beyond Miracube's immediate market of Korea. [via AVING]

by MacNN Staff




  1. dezinewiz

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Poor thing..

    All that wasted power...

    And, being that it is a P.C., it begs the question if all of the hardware will work well together??

    If a virus attacks it, your dead.

    Too bad such power can't be utilized on something as seamless as the iLife, or a .Mac service.

    And, of course, there is the numerous versions of Vista for the public to choose from. Isn't it great that the richest company on the planet can't even afford decent programmers who think they are acting like Xerox machines to copy the OS X software (or at least desparately try). Windows is like a copy, only like 50 generations later.

    It's easy. Go here -

    If not, enjoy your P.C. h***!

  1. dezinewiz

    Joined: Dec 1969



    It's an awesome display, NOT computer!! :-D

    Cool! I wish I had one.

    See what too little sleep does???

    Well, my P.C. vs. Mac opinion is still truth, and still stands! :-P

    Take care online friends!


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