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3D TV without glasses explained

By December 3, 2010Newswires

3D TV without glasses explained

Ever wish you could lose the specs and watch a 3D TV without those annoying glasses?

Analysts at Futuresource Consulting predict that by 2011 the UK will have more 3D TVs than the current front-runners, France and Germany, with one in three homes 3D Ready by 2014 – and a staggering 50 per cent by 2015.

That’s an awful lot of 3D glasses – and at £100 a pop, it’s a serious complaint about the 3D home experience. The solution, of course, is a 3D TV without glasses.

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