The First No Glasses 3DTVs, developed by Toshiba

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Toshiba Develops No-Glasses 3D TV - Tech Talk - CBS News

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... "Toshiba offered a first look at its new flat panel television during the Ceatec technology conference taking place this week in Japan. the liquid crystal display TVs flatpanels will be available in 12- and 20-inch versions. The cost will range between the equivalent of $1,400 and $2,800. Unfortunately, this very cool and groovy-sounding product is only going to be sold in Japan for the time being." ...
 

ausqtie

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WOW! No glass how interesting. I love my flat screen LCD HDTV 1080p TV. I think I would love a glassless one that is 3D even better. I personally don’t need that much TV in my life, but love it so.
 

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Media Bashes Glasses-Free 3D HDTVs

Media Bashes Glasses-Free 3D HDTVs

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"Toshiba this week introduced several glasses-free 3D HDTVs at the Ceatec conference and the media reviews are not exactly eye-popping.

For instance, CNET writes that you have to sit very close to the center of the screen to experience the 3D effect. And, "you have to stand pretty close to the (set), closer than any normal person would want to for feat of singeing their retinas." ...
 
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