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3D technology can be traced all the way back to the beginning of photography. In 1844 David Brewster invented the Stereoscope. It was a new invention that could take photographic images in 3D. Later, Louis Jules Duboscq took that invention and improved on it. Louis took a picture of Queen Victoria using the improved technology and displayed it at the Great Exhibition in 1851. This picture became very well known throughout the world. Steroscopic cameras started to catch on and became fairly common for personal use by World War II
A new report published by Informa Telecoms & Media has said that 3D TV will not be a major mainstream success despite backing from UK broadcasters and television manufacturers. The research and training group said that fewer than half of the 11 million 3D TV ready homes in the UK in 2016 will be active and regular users of 3D content.
In 2010, nearly 90 percent of 3D television sets were actively viewing 3D content, however as manufacturers continue to produce this capability as a standard feature, it will eventually reach consumers who are not interested in the technology so this number will decline drastically.
Originally posted by flexy123
There is already stuff in the works for 3D without glasses, once this comes out...just wait...