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[CNN Tech/Video]Toshiba 3DTV and 3D Laptop without 3D Glasses

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There is no article about it, just a video about it...


lol @ FF13 Scene was on their 3DTV


Spokemen said it'll be later in 2011 assuming is around Q2 2011?

Price: Unknown as of now but he said it'll be in a reasonable price

Size: 55 inch or more i believe



3D Laptop is pretty cool, but the catches is that it need Webcam (maybe included) to provide optimized 3D Capability
Edited by DrDarkTempler - 1/5/11 at 11:30am
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Gimmicky IMO. You're still watching a "supposed 3D" image on a 2D screen.
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Gimmicky IMO. You're still watching a "supposed 3D" image on a 2D screen.
Have you even watch TV in 3D before? lol
Is the same as if you watch 3D in movie theater just smaller screen.

The only "Gimmick" part of this is when they said 2D is convertable to 3D, I tried it, and not much of a 3D, just some part/very little is sticking out

so i guess Nintendo 3DS still a gimmick then o.o;
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Gimmicky IMO. You're still watching a "supposed 3D" image on a 2D screen.
I don't know man. I saw Tron in 3D and it was awesome. If they could have shown Tron in 3D with out glasses and looked just like it did with, that would be cool. If there is some kind of "trickery" or illusion to make it happen, who cares, as long as I perceive 3D.
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3D still had a long way to go, only now they are starting to jump into glassless technology, but its not perfect yet.
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3D still had a long way to go, only now they are starting to jump into glassless technology, but its not perfect yet.

Imo i'd still perfer glasses, because in some scene of action, you can actually see illusion is like coming out of TV like a hologram, but with glassless, those illusion are limited inside the TV, i don't think it'll be much better..

Those glasses are fine with me, as long is not something like
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