We've seen Sony SimulView in action before -- the system was first unveiled on Sony's tiny 24-inch PlayStation 3D Display back at E3 2011 -- but never quite like this. An 84-inch 4K LED Sony television at CES 2013 upscaled Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 5 to 4K resolution, but instead of employing said resolution for graphics, it was used to deliver two full HD images to two separate players. Those two separate HD feeds are then pumped into the same screen, which can be viewed fully independently by two separate people wearing polarized glasses, all at the same time.
I might need to buy a simulview TV soon.
Simulview was already amazing. This is incredible.
I gotta say, that must be one hell of an UltraHD/4K experience.
The reason Tech like this doesnt succed. Is
Fantastic - did Sony create this technology first?