Sony puts 2 different images on the same HDTV with 3D 'dual-view'

Sony puts 2 different images on the same HDTV with 3D ‘dual-view’.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/02/jUaKEJ.jpg[/newsimage]Gamers who played "Goldeneye 007" on the N64 know all too well about screen looking -- surreptitiously gazing at your friends' quadrants in order to glean their locations. Screen lookers typically earned a punch on the shoulder for cheating, or - far worse - were kicked from the gaming session. Video games are serious business, after all. Sony, pushing both 3DTVs and 3D gaming, recently revealed an interesting technology that could end screen looking once and for all.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/sony-puts-2-different-images-on-the-same-hdtv-with-3d-dual-view-40598/](http://www.myce.com/news/sony-puts-2-different-images-on-the-same-hdtv-with-3d-dual-view-40598/)


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Neat concept, maybe 3D TV’s are good for something after all?

I agree.

With a set of headphones for each person, the wife could watch one TV show while the husband watched another. The couple would still be sitting together, and enjoying their own shows.

[QUOTE=Zzyzxroad;2576972]I agree.

With a set of headphones for each person, the wife could watch one TV show while the husband watched another. The couple would still be sitting together, and enjoying their own shows.[/QUOTE]
Dual Tuners in TV’s … directed sound?

[QUOTE=debro;2577019]Dual Tuners in TV’s … directed sound?[/QUOTE]

I would prefer a headphone method in case my wife decides to hop on the telephone. 8-o

Ok.
Cool, we’ll trade the 3D Glasses headweear for Audio headgear :iagree:

Hurray for glassless 3D :iagree:

This will just generate new issues…