3d TV without glasses, a new dimension, with incredible, engrossing visual involvement.



With a 3D TV, images bound off the screen that makes you feel like part of the happening. No need for those horrifically unsightly glasses.

The prototypes built by Philips and LG realize their 3-D impact with the employment of see-through cylindrical lenses known as lenticules; those who have viewed both TVs, say that Philips has developed this technology far better to date.

Tiny lenses are positioned over each of the millions of sub-pixels in a high-resolution LCD display so that each eye sees a slightly separate view of every image pixel and can do so no matter what angle you are watching the 3d led tv at. The results is similar to that of a 3-D plastic postcard that looks some what like a hologram when you view it at the right angle.

The effects are impressive, but with one conspicuous drawback: watching the screen can at times make you feel seasick. This is caused by your brain struggling with the shift in focus and orientation as flying camerawork is popular with directors learning 3d programming tv. But don't be concerned, they'll certainly settle down when the audiences tires of it.

Samsung’s novel 3D hd TV technology offers an incredible, engrossing visual involvement that causes images to bound off the screen so you sense you are part of the happening. View 3D movies and shows with fashionable and enjoyable 3D Active Glasses. Samsung has a full line of LED, LCD, and Plasma HDTVs and a Blu-ray player, Samsung brings the supreme 3D theater reality to your home.

Mitsubishi flaunts 3D TV technology: no glasses required. Savoring 3d compatible TV without those horrifically unsightly glasses has been a goal for years, and while we heard that Mitsubishi had a some novel approaches, we are now seeing the results of their endeavor.

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