Newsight Unveils 3D TV That Needs No Glasses

Posted: Apr 20 2010, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:40pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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The one big downside right now to the 3D TVs that are on the market is that they for the most part have to have glasses to see the 3D content. Most of the glasses that the TVs need are active units that cost hundreds of dollars per set.

There is 3D tech coming to market that doesn't need glasses for viewing 3D like the screen that the Nintendo 3DS will use. DigiTimes reports that Newsight is showing off a new 7-inch TV that shows 3D programming without needing glasses.

The set uses a parallax barrier to allow the viewer to see the 3D images. The tech divides the LCD image into repeating segments that can be seen as 3D by the unaided eye. The special barrier is fixed to a commercial LCD panel. There is no word on pricing or availability at this time.

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