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MTBS3D RT @TheThirdFloor: We’ll be at Siggraph! Come check out our booth at the job fair! @siggraph #siggraph2015 #previs #vfx #vfxjobs #cgjobs
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MTBS3D .@Vireio developers Simon Brown & Grant Bagwell added to @IMMERSEDEUROPE speakers list! #immersed #VR #AR #360video http://t.co/R6Aq3NqILs
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Toshiba to ship glasses-free 3D TV to U.S. in early 2012 (exclusive)

Toshiba to ship glasses-free 3D TV to U.S. in early 2012 (exclusive)

By David Katzmaier

Toshiba has confirmed to CNET that it plans to make a glasses-free 3DTV available to buyers in the U.S. sometime during the first quarter of 2012.

The set would be the first of its kind for the North American market, although Toshiba already has 55-inch glasses-free 3D TVs available for sale in Germany (the 55LZ2) and Japan (the 55X3). Both went on sale in December and retail for more than $10,000 in their home currencies.

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