This Is The Nintendo 3DS Display Under The Microscope

This Is The Nintendo 3DS Display Under The Microscope
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Tech-On! has put the 3D display of the Nintendo 3DS under the microscope. This is the LCD matrix, showing the RGB sub-pixels arranged vertically instead of horizontally.

When the user turns on the 3D view, the parallax barrier gets activated, dividing the image in the stereo version.

This is the image without the parallax barrier activated. [Tech-On!]