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Researchers have new vision for 3-D TV

By August 6, 2012March 24th, 2020Newswires

Researchers at MIT’s Media Lab develop ‘glasses-free’ technology

By Jay Fitzgerald
An executive who studies the display imaging industry ought to have a pretty fancy televison set, and Paul Semenza does. He just bought a 60-inch, flat-screen, plasma television with all the bells and whistles, including the ability to display programs in 3-D.

But Semenza, senior vice president at DisplaySearch in Santa Clara, Calif., isn’t going to watch any programs in 3-D. He’s not that thrilled with them, and besides, “I have no intention of buying the necessary 3D glasses,” he said.

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