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Glasses-Free 3D TV Sales Disappoint

Tweet Following up our recent discussion on the future of 3D TV and whether or not it would be “active”, “passive” or “glasses-free” 3D technology that wins, there’s news from Bloomberg that Toshiba has sold fewer glasses-free TV sets than … Continue reading

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TCL Pushes LCD And 3DTV Hard

Tweet According to Xinhua, the Chinese news agency, TCL, China’s top appliance manufacturer, has started building a new 8.5 generation LCD production line in the city of Shenzhen. The plant, the ownership if which is split evenly between TCL and … Continue reading

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New Glasses-Free Display At CeBIT Hannover In 2010

Tweet CeBIT, the annual IT and computer fair held in Hanover, Germany, is being held this year on 2nd March to 6th March 2010. What caught my eye was the announcement by Sunny Oceans, a company based in Singapore, that … Continue reading

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3D TV Without Glasses At CES 2010

Tweet The Chinese TV manufacturer, TCL (The Creative Life) who manufacture products for some of the leading consumer brands including Samsung, Sony and Toshiba, was at CES 2010 in Las Vegas showcasing their autostereoscopic (“no-glasses-required”) 3D TV display, developed in … Continue reading

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Philips 3DTVs Using WowVX Are Autostereoscopic

Tweet Philips seems to be bucking the 3D trend by plumping for the use of autostereoscopic displays, which they call WowVX. Unlike the stereoscopic displays which most TV manufacturer’s are producing, the autostereoscopic displays do NOT require special glasses to … Continue reading

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