Stereoscopic 3D is something you either love or hate. There really is no in-between with it. Most people find it pointless while others do enjoy it and occassionally a company will still produce and Android device with it such as the WikiPad. We have seen some good examples of stereoscopic 3D as well as horrible ones.
Qualcomm is currently at CTIA 2012 and at their booth they are apparently showing off the world’s first auto-stereoscopic 3D tablet. Just as the term suggests, it will automatically switch into stereoscopic mode as well as convert 2D into 3D.
The tablet itself was simply branded by Qualcomm meaning it was just a development device with an S4 chipset running at 1920×1200 resolution. Whether this technology gets picked up by a manufacturer or not remains to be see although it is a safe bet that it will be by at least one company for at least one device. You can check out the hands-on Phandroid had with the tablet in the video above.
Website Referenced: Phandroid