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CES 2014: Sharp Offers 4KTV Stopgap
4K is pricey, and there ain't a lot of it. Sharp has a solution (for now).
How It Works: 3-D TV Without Glasses
How a series of thin near-vertical lines placed in front of a display can create a stereoscopic image
The Next Wave of 3-D Specs Look More Like Regular Glasses
Today’s high-def 3-D looks amazing, but those movie theater glasses are dull, dirty and wasteful. every year, tens of millions...
Editorial: I Think I’m Sold On 3-D Gaming
At Nintendo’s launch event today, I played a dozen games on the 3DS, their forthcoming 3-D handheld system. Having previously...
Glasses-Free 3D Deserves to Shine, But Still Needs Time In the Oven
The case for real 3D immersion, without the hokey glasses
What to Expect at This Week’s CES
Our live coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show starts today
Microsoft Shows Off Glasses-Free 3-D
Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group recently displayed some very advanced 3-D technology, that solves a major problem with 3-D: the glasses....
How 3-D TV Technology Works
We all know that a television, any television, displays two-dimensional images–so how does a 3DTV create the illusion of that...
The First Glasses-Free 3DTVs Are Coming This Year
A recent study found that consumers actually become less interested in 3DTV at home after trying it, due in part...
Cedia 2010: 3D Projector Preview
2011 is going to be a big year in the world of 3D projection