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3D TV without glasses

How well does it work?

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If you're like me, you believe that 3D TV technology so far has been rather disappointing. No matter which system I've looked at, whether it be Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, etc, with "new" and "improved" glasses, inevitably the results are all the same, the output does not look 3D. I've tried standing close, standing far, trying different angles, all of that, and yet, each television/glasses combo produces results that vaguely resemble three-dimensionality.

The most annoying aspect of the 3D televisions today is that up until now many require special glasses. Who the hell wants to wear those glasses every time you want to watch TV? It is both annoying and cumbersome. However, today Toshiba announced that they have developed a system that does not need glasses. Instead, there system most likely will transmit numerous images at various angles to achieve the illusion of 3D.

Hopefully it will turn out good, but I will not believe it until I "see" it. Source: Yahoo Finance

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