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Worlds Largest Glasses-Free 3DTV

3D display technology is all the rage with countless movies hitting theaters in 3D. However, some consumers have been turned off by the technology due to the fact that many displays require you to wear special 3D glasses. read more…

52-inch Glasses-free 3DTV From Philips Coming to UK Soon

There are many different 3DTVs on the market which is no surprise considering just about every movie is coming out in a 3D version. However, while there are many different who don’t mind 3DTvs in their current state, there are also many who can do without the glasses. read more…

Nissho Electronics BDL5231-3D2R glasses-free 3D TV

I think we all know that both Hitachi and Toshiba have their share of glasses-free 3D TVs. Now Nissho Electronics has joined that crowd with the BDL5231-3D2R.

The BDL5231-3D2R is a 52 inch display that has a full HD resolution with a 60Hz refresh rate, 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 8ms response time, as well as 700 cd/m squared brightness. read more…

Toshiba glasses-free 3D display on display at SID 2011

I still am not certain what the verdict is on glasses-free 3D. Sharp has a few phones coming out with them, but Toshiba has stated that the sales aren’t as good as expected. This doesn’t stop them from showing it off, like they did at a 3D Expo last December. read more…

Want Glasses-free 3D TVs? Wait another ten years, says big TV companies.

It’s pretty easy to see why 3DTV isn’t really taking off as well as big TV companies want it to. I mean, HDTV was something that everyone could get into because everyone in the room could see it. read more…

Sony: Glasses-Free 3DTVs Still a Thing of the Future

3D televisions are quickly becoming the talk of the town with just about every major manufacturer looking to get down on the fun. However, seeing how the televisions are still priced quite high they may not be a viable solution for everyone. read more…

The Met getting a glasses-free 3D effects screen

I’m sure that all of us wouldn’t mind having a glasses-free 3D screen as their home theater TV, so it is naturally coming to the Met.

Metropolitan Opera’s upcoming production of Siegfried, an opera by Richard Wagner, is planning on having a huge glasses-free 3D screen for this production. read more…

Samsung Working on 4-inch Glasses-Free 3D Display?

Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the fact that 3D has quickly become all the rage. In fact, it seems that just about every single movie that hits theaters in this day and age either come out exclusively in 3D or in 3D alongside 2D. read more…

Welcome to the age of 200 inch glasses-free 3D display

We have been reporting on a lot of big screens lately, like the 10-meter “reality touchscreen” and the Barco NX4 3D Video Wall.

Now, there is NICT’s 200-inch glasses-free 3D display, I suppose that the bigger the screen, the better the 3D effect. read more…

Toshiba begins selling the first glasses-free 3D TVs in Japan

3D TVs come with a few drawbacks: mainly, you need expensive glasses to enjoy the 3D image, but now, Toshiba has put the first 3D TV that doesn’t require glasses, however, it’s only on sale in Japan. read more…

Toshibas Glasses-free 3D TVs arent selling as well as expected

Toshiba had some glasses-free 3D displays on display at CES, but there was a line to it.

I can honestly say that I didn’t feel like waiting in line for something that should be put on display. read more…

ACX Vibrante 3DX-24A Glasses-Free 24-inch 3D Monitor Up for Pre-order on Amazon for $799

3D display technology has been appearing more frequently than ever especially thanks to all of the product demonstrations at this year’s CES. However, consumers still have their fair share of gripes with the technology mostly resting on the fact that many of the products are very expensive and the 3D glasses requirement. read more…

Eizos glasses-free 3D TV gets more details

We were just talking about Eizo’s 23-inch naked-eye 3D resolution monitor, and we have some more shots of it here.

The spec sheet shows 1920 x 1080 resolution and 23-inch size, and it is probably not designed for the home theater, but rather for electron microscopes and such. read more…

Toshiba shows off its glasses-free 3D display at recent Expo

Well, we all knew that glasses-free 3D was going to be upon us sooner or later, so it is nice to know that Toshiba is on it.

At a recent 3D expo, the company showed off the unit that you can see in the above video. read more…

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