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NiCT shows off largest glasses-free 3D display in the world

02/10/2011, NiCT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) in Japan announced late last month the presence of the largest glasses-free 3D display in the world at a whopping 200 inches, which lets you check out natural looking 3D images without...

AU Optronics says glasses-free 3D will be mainstream by 2013

02/08/2011, According to AU Optronics, the advent of stereoscopic 3D in HDTVs in our living rooms is the beginning of something new and exciting, but they too think that glasses-free 3D is the way to go, touting that such technology is good enough to go mainstream in...

Glasses-free 3D is a flop in Japan according to Toshiba

02/04/2011, Who would’ve thought that glasses-free 3D wouldn’t do well in today’s world? Toshiba thought so too and felt the sting when they reported their lackluster sales for their TV sets that featured this technology. Apparently their best...

Apple Granted Patent For Glasses-free 3D Projection Method

12/01/2010, 3D technology is moving at a rather fast pace and even Apple is looking to get into the game. The fruity company has been granted a patent for a method of projecting a 3D image that can be perceived without the need for those pesky 3D glasses. With this...

Sharp Glasses-Free Android Smartphone to Come to U.S. in 2011

11/17/2010, After having released a few models of its glases-free 3D Android smartphones through carriers for the Japanese market, Sharp will be bringing at least one of those models to the U.S. market. The device, which will utilize the Android operating system,...

Sharp LYNX, Another Glasses-Free 3D Android Smartphone

11/15/2010, In addition to having already unveiled the Galapagos glasses-free 3D smartphone for Japanese carrier Softbank, Sharp is back again and this time it is bringing the LYNX 3D SH-03C to NTT Docomo of Japan. The phone does offer competitive specs with a 1 GHz...