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2012-08-20 18:38:28

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online For years and years, even in the early days of cinema and television, engineers and researchers have tried to craft a way to add the illusion of depth to projected images. We´ve long relied on glasses in order to achieve this 3D effect, and while the glasses we use now are a far cry away from the paper blue-and-red lenses we once wore, many are still attempting to create a lens free solution. Now, an optics research team from...

3D TV Could Make A Comeback With Glasses-Free Technology
2012-08-17 16:03:11

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online 3D television is fighting for its life, but one new development in the field may be giving it its last leg to battle on. Researchers from Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications will be unveiling at the IFA trade show in Berlin a new 3D technology for television sets that could be a game changer. The biggest problem with adaptation of 3D television sets on a wide scale are the glasses that come with it. Not only are the...

2012-06-17 23:03:11

[292 Pages Report] 3D technology market research report categorizes the global market of Three-Dimensional (3D) technology, products and applications. It also covers the foretasted revenue and future trends. (PRWEB) June 16, 2012 According to a new market research report, “Three-Dimensional Technology Market (2011 — 2016) by Products (3D IC, 3D Printer, 3D Display — HMD, 3D Smartphone, 3D TV, 3D Digital Signage), Applications (3D Animation, 3D Printing, 3D Medical Imaging,...

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