posted on Oct, 24 2003 @ 11:32 PM
I still think the glasses are pretty cool.
Even with Sharp's newest product, users will give up half a picture's resolution to view otherwise flat images in 3-D, Chinnock said. Also, not
much 3-D content is available, so users most likely will view 2-D images converted into 3-D by the computer, resulting in blurrier pictures.
As with any 3-D product, people blind in one eye would not be able to view the images, because each eye must focus differently to create 3-D images in
the mind, Chinnock said.
Still needs a bit of time for TVs.