Obviously, the 3D stereo function is not even the main feature of this display, as the Hydrogen One is also deemed to be holographic (H4V), virtually-augmented and mixed-reality-ready smartphone. The panel can “switch seamlessly between traditional 2D content, holographic multi-view content, 3D content, and interactive games.” Oh, let’s not forget that it will be “nanotechnology” that will swap those regimes. Snap! More at phone arena.
The kind of feature we snigger at now while gawping at the $1,195 price and then it becomes normal a few years later.