[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/09/NdJdKY.jpg[/newsimage]If you are interested in a 3D TV for your home but hate the idea of having to invest in a set of glasses for everyone who walks through the door, Toshiba has a solution for you. The company has debuted a 55-inch 3D TV that can be viewed from a good range of viewing angles, without the use of 3D glasses. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/toshiba-plans-no-glasses-required-3d-tv-51093/](http://www.myce.com/news/toshiba-plans-no-glasses-required-3d-tv-51093/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
it was about time to get rid all these horrible glasses.
[QUOTE=vroom;2602384]it was about time to get rid all these horrible glasses.[/QUOTE] from the instant a 3DTV was released.
BS, I’ll believe it works well when I see it. And what if I shift over a few inches ? I guess i’d have to sit still through the whole movie?
And who cares about the glasses? Mostly only people who don’t care for 3d at all, glasses or not. I wear shades all the time outside and forget that I’m even wearing them. Same for 100’s of millions or maybe billions of people who wear glasses. You forget you’re even wearing them after a while.
Obviously, to each their own. I for one don’t have a problem with the glasses as long as they are comfortable, most of the ones I tried are.
[QUOTE=ivid;2602406]BS, I’ll believe it works well when I see it. And what if I shift over a few inches ? I guess i’d have to sit still through the whole movie?[/QUOTE]
The TV uses head tracking to adjust the angle of the projected images if needed.
I think no glasses 3D TV’s are the only way 3D TV’s will catch on with a large amount of people.
The biggest question is price. I’m sure this will be astronomically priced for the next few years at least, inhibiting mass adoption.