Head tracking capabilities promise better performance for fidgety viewers.
LG has brought out the trumpets to honour the arrival of its DX2500 glasses-free 3D monitor in Korea.
Using the same parallax barrier 3D tech as the Nintendo 3DS, the 25in screen adds a camera and head-tracking capabilities, allowing it to constantly adjust to the viewer's position. This means that users no longer have to sit still and can take advantage of wider viewing angles.
It also does 2D to 3D conversion for those who simply won't watch 2D any more because it's like living in the past.
The LG 3D DX2500 is available in Korea right now, and will be launched worldwide early 2012.