A 3D TV You Actually Would Want To Buy
money.cnn.com reports that at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, TV manufacturers almost universally eliminated the 3-D feature from their sets. No one wants to wear dorky-looking glasses while watching TV, and even if they did, few broadcasters were airing quality 3-D entertainment.
The next big hope for the much maligned technology is glasses-free 3-D. It started as a demo at CES in 2012, and over the next 12 months made its way into working prototype TV sets made by Vizio and other big TV manufacturers
The benefits of glasses-free 3-D TV are obvious; no glasses to worry about, which mean fewer issues for watching 3-D movies with groups and fewer (literal) headaches.