Sony Glasses-free 3D LCD Display Video
Sony Glasses-free 3D LCD Display Video Transcript
-Brian Tong here at CES 2011 with cnet.com and what we have behind me is Sony's Future 3D Technology demo. Now, this is a 46-inch screen, but what makes it special is yes-- It is 3D without glasses. Now, what also makes it unique is that you can move side to side at any angle and it really doesn't degrade like it has on other TVs. The whole big trend here of what we'd want to see in the future with 3D is glasses-less 3D TV. This is just one of those answers where I could probably put five or six people in a row. They would all be able to see the movie. This is not gonna be coming out any time soon, but it is just one of those cool tech demos that we will see down the road maybe a year or two from now, but will be coming to our home sets. So there you go, a first look at Sony's Future 3D Technology without glasses on a 46-inch display.
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