Tech overview: why glasses-free 3D TVs are not practical

By October 7, 2010March 24th, 2020Newswires

Tech overview: why glasses-free 3D TVs are not practical

By Mike Ferro

There is little doubt in anyone’s mind that 3D is the future. There are visionaries that see a future where a 3D image will be projected straight into your living room. However, that day is not here as watching 3D TV will require glasses for the foreseeable future.

As with all technology, change comes in steps and the 3D TV technology we have today which requires glasses is the most advanced form of it. 3D TVs are capable of outputting 200 Hz or more in order to display stereo displays. This is a huge leap from the standard 60 Hz display, refreshing images at a much faster rate.

These 3D TVs also sync with active liquid crystal shutter glasses which refresh at a high rate that is unnoticeable to the human eye. This tech is the best quality there is on the market for viewing as it eliminates ghosting caused by other forms of 3D.

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