Video: Pioneer's Amazing 3D Floating Vision Display

Pioneer has been working on “Floating Vision” displays for quite a while, and now the company has shown the technology used in embedded systems. The naked-eye 3D display Pioneer recently showed at an exhibition in Tokyo lets users view images or videos “floating” in space – embedded in a prototype car navigation system.

The display also lets you interact with images through gestures, for example by swiping your hand over them or “pushing” them with your fingers.

I have seen the retail version with my own eyes and can confirm the Pioneer representative in the video below isn’t exaggerating when he’s talking about the display’s picture quality. The company is now planning to commercialize the new embeddable version as well.

This video shows the 3D Floating Vision Display in action (shot by Diginfonews in Tokyo, in English):