Toshiba shows off glasses-less 3D TVs
Toshiba said that its 3D technology, which is currently best-suited for small displays, provides “nine different perspectives of each single 2D frame.
” The company added that those perspectives are then “superimposed” by the viewer’s brain “to create a three-dimensional impression of the image.
The new LCDs are “first step into the 3D future in the consumer home cinema market,” Toshiba European marketing chief Sascha Lange said in a statement.
“But it will take several years to develop larger 3D TVs without glasses with screen sizes of 40 inches and more at a yet reasonable price point.