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Illumination & Displays

Toshiba unveils 3D TV, no glasses needed

BBC News
4 October 2010

Toshiba has launched what it claims are the first 3D television sets that do not require special glasses.

The two sets are able to create 3D effects in real time from standard film and television pictures. The televisions use a special lenticular sheet to create an array of nine overlapping images. A viewer sees different images with each eye, creating the illusion of a 3D picture.

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