3D TV without glasses by Toshiba


Toshiba will market 3D TV without glasses by the end of 2010/ start of 2011. Japanese media reported. The information was not confirmed by the Japanese manufacturer, but the screen should have a diagonal size of 53 cm. In April 2010, Toshiba unveiled a prototype 3D TV without glasses.

So will 3D TV without glasses they will arrive sooner than expected? According to Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun, Toshiba will soon release this year with a new type of flat panel display capable of displaying content in three dimensions without needing to use special glasses.

The information was not confirmed by the Japanese firm. However, a first prototype screen was presented last April. With a size of 21 inches (53.34 centimeters), the device was capable of rendering a 3D image by positioning itself well to the screen. According to Yomiuri Shimbun, 3D TV that was scheduled for the end of 2010 would have a screen diagonal of 53 centimeters.

Other manufacturers are also trying to release a 3D display that does not require special glasses. In the field of video games, Nintendo has already unveiled a new handheld game, the 3DS. According to the Japanese firm, the screen can display 3D stereoscopic graphics, without the help of glasses.

Even though the 3D TV market is still in its infancy, studies show that sales of 3D TV will grow rapidly in the years to come. The Japanese Institute of Economic Research estimates that the Fuji Chimera 3D TVs will surpass standard TVs in 2015

There is also Holo TV on the horizon that is set to revolutionise the TV experience. This effectively will be the next generation 3D TV which is tipped to take the TV market by storm.















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