Technology that could lead to the creation of glasses-free 3D films at cinemas has been developed by researchers in South Korea.
It uses a barrier with slats so that when a viewer looks at the screen each of their eyes sees the image differently.
As a result their brain creates an illusion of depth.
TV makers have tried to use a similar approach, but require viewers to be in a particular spot to see a 3D image.
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