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Multitasking monitor does double duty
Contributed by: SHA, at 7/16/2005 09:21:00 PM.

A new TV monitor from Sharp could soon end a common source of household strife--choosing a channel. But it may mean sitting at the opposite end of the couch from your honey.

The new liquid crystal display, which should hit stores this month, will be the first mass-produced monitor capable of displaying different images at the same time depending on the angle at which viewers are watching, Sharp said on Thursday.
Sharp says the technology, which it calls "two-way viewing-angle LCD," is useful for a number of things. For instance, one person could watch a TV program while another surfs the Web with the same monitor. In a car, the monitor might display a map for the driver while playing a movie for passengers.

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  • It's pretty impressive, but will probably end up like one of those technological advancements that never make it to mass production.

    By Blogger alias, at 7/19/2005 12:44:00 AM  

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