Emerging Technology — 13 July 2012
MIT’s Media Lab has proposed a new technique for multiple-perspective and glasses-free 3...Though 3D movies have been around for a while, the experience of visiting a cinema to catch the latest blockbuster is dampened by unwieldy glasses and the limitation of only one fixed perspective being offered to all. The illusion of depth is present, but this is far removed from the hologram-like, multiple-perspective experience which would truly wow movie-goers. MIT's Media Lab’s Camera Culture group proposes a new approach to 3D images that promises glasses-free multiple-perspective 3D. Perhaps best of all though, MIT's technique uses inexpensive existing LCD technology, clearing the way for the tech to be implemented into TV's. .. Continue Reading

MIT develops new glasses-free 3D TV technology

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  2. Looking into it now. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    • That’s the thing that puts me off 3D TV. I absolutely love the idea, and I think it relaly would enhance our viewing experience. However, I just can’t imagine sitting watching a film with those glasses. Not to mention tha’t I’d have to buy a pair for every member of my family, and replace them when they inevitably get lost or broken.

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