LG said that consumers can view 3D content from a variety of viewing angles through the use of a special camera sensor that is mounted on top of the monitor detects changes in a viewer’s eye position in real time.
It’s believed that LG will show a larger screen TV at CES 2012 which has similar technology built in.
The only problem is that with the current monitor, the 3D content can only be viewed by one person at a time.
LG who is set to compete with Toshiba, who recently launched the Qosmio F750 gaming notebook with similar 3D conversion technology, believes that 3D TV without glasses is still 2 years away.
Their new monitor converts 2D-to-3D similar to what 3D gaming laptops do.
The D2000 will be available in Korea this month with a release in other markets planned for later this year.