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TV manufacturer LG wants to sell nearly half a million 3D-ready TV sets next year as the World Cup kicks off in the format.
Meanwhile laptops and games consoles are also getting a 3D makeover.
Acer has already released what it is claiming is the world's first 3D-capable laptop, and most agree it will be the first of many.
Originally posted by EMPIRE
And not all forms of 3D require glasses.
[edit on 30-12-2009 by EMPIRE]
Yes, but all glasses-less 3D technologies are in experimental stage and very expensive.
3D effect using good circularly polarised or stutter glasses is still the best choice, both quality-wise and cost-wise.
As much as I would like to see real glasses-less 3D, it should not be at the expense of effect quality.