Toshiba announces a glasses-less 3D TV
JAPANESE ELECTRONICS MAKER Toshiba has unveiled a 3D HDTV that doesn’t require viewers to wear glasses.
Toshiba’s mobile display division has built the 21-inch auto-stereoscopic high-definition display using the same technology that will power Nintendo’s upcoming 3D handheld. The only difference is that Toshiba’s display uses it on much bigger screen real estate.
Toshiba’s technology uses an integral imaging system called a “light field” display to create 3D without glasses over a thirty degree viewing angle.
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