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Incomplete 3DTV products in CES spotlight

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12/23/2009 08:00 PM EST
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re: Incomplete 3DTV products in CES spotlight
truant   12/28/2009 8:50:55 PM
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3d TV will NOT require glasses if they mean it to be sucessful. Small sized LCD's with true-3d projection are ALREADY in the pipeline for product development. Get with the program. The screen uses a prism effect to show a different image to each eye. It looses effectiveness about 30degrees off angle. I've probably said too much... The problem is that the effective width of the picture is 2x. So instead of 1900x1080 it's 3800x1080.

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