As early as the end of this year in Japan, according to a report, Toshiba will release televisions capable of displaying 3D content that, unlike current models, do not require viewers to don special glasses.
I guess good things come to those who wait.
u dont need special glasses, u just need to be special
With all do respect to those people waiting for glasses free 3D. You will be waiting alot longet than you think for a glasses free 3D expierence on a TV that matches what glasses can do now. All of you doubters need to do yourself a favor and actually research the tech. It is painfully obvious that at the momment you have no idea what you are talking about. I can't wait for glasses free 3D on my TV. I know that when the day comes my game console will support it. All of the 3D displays to have come out without glasses are nothing to be impressed with.
Is precisely why I am not willing to jump in and drink Sony's Cool-aid for the their Glasses dependent experience.
*smacks* its Kool-Aid
keep telling yourself that , by the time the kinks are worked out and those sets are affordable , the early birds are enjoying 3d as of right now , and will be enjoying it again same as you when glassless 3d is worth something . The naysayers arent as smart as they usually think they are
You can get a 46 samsung 3d hdtv for $1,500 already. By end of this year it will be $1,200 or less.
If you think Sony isn't already working on Autosterescopic 3D then you are a fool. They will have Autosterescopic 3D TV's out when the tech is fleshed out enough for consumers. To date all 3D displays without glasses have failed in the market.
yea i'm not shelling out $3k for a 3d tv with glasses but i'm willing to pay up $9k for a glaaseless 3dtv /s
dont mess wit eddy raja!!
they've been showing 3DTV's without glasses for a couple years now which is why I haven't bought a 3DTV yet
^ nah, be honest ... the real reason many of us have not been into 3D is the LACK OF CONTENT... if there were a glasses TV set out now, the price would be so expensive and still there is so little 3D content. I'd say you were rich or just a fool to have purchased a 3D set before this year, as you said you would have
but in those years you have been waiting,the price on glassless tvs still hasn't dropped enough for consumer consumption.which is why the 3D we have now is cheaper and ready for the masses.and it works. i'm all for glassless.but i'd rather play today looking like i'm protecting my eyes from the sun,than wait another 5-10 years just to get the chance to try 3D the glassless way.
This is bound to happen, and the more I see how 3D gets implemented to further improve the experience, the more I believe that this really is the future...
And one more chance for me to post a post from my blog to explain why I think that 3D with glasses is here to stay :) Bubs up if you agree and enjoyed the reading :) "After seeing more of the Playstation move at Gamescom it got me thinking. But before I start, let me point out that this is NOT meant to be seen as a fanboy piece. This is simply a piece about the potential in Sonys ps3 with the move and the Playstation 4. When I hear nice stuff from MS I will post something similar about the Xbox and its future. A few months ago I read about Sony filing a patent for stereoscopic splitscreen. Clarification: Stereoscopic 3D requires glasses. You may argue that the 3D technology that require glasses is not here to stay but that is not what I see. Stereoscopic splitscreen makes it possible to play multiplayer for 2 people on the same TV without dividing the screen in two and get a window with half the size of your TV. Just that alone is impressive. I don’t see this coming to ps3 but I thinks its very possible that this will be a part of the ps4 at launch. You may think that’s all this technology can do, but if u think about it that’s only the tip of the iceberg. This technology will also make it possible to watch two DIFFERENT movies at the same time on the same TV. It will also be possible to play two different games at once, for example if you feel like playing an RPG and your friend/lover/husband/wife/what ever wants to play a racing game, this will be possible without the need of another TV+console. And this is truly awesome. The technology is amazing and Sony will make it work very well. But it doesn’t end there. I’m very sure that the Playstation Move will be perfected even more over the years and be released together in some sort of bundle with the ps4. What will all this do for gaming? It will take the co-op two a whole new level. You will no longer need to be in the same area as the other player, but it doesn’t end there. Imagine a game much like Age of Empires or whatever. One of the players plays in an age that is, let’s say, a 1000 years before the age that the other player is playing in. What the first player does will affect the second player in real time. For example, imagine the first player digging out a cave in his age. The cave will then appear in the second player’s age perhaps filled with computer-generated items and monsters or whatever. Imagine how it will be working together in a game like that. It would be truly awesome. Or imagine the competition it could bring. The two players will not see each other’s screen, but may still compete and affect each other. For example, the second player builds a castle on a hill. The first player destroys that hill in his age making the castle in the second player’s age collapse. The first player will not see that the second player has built a castle there of course. This is pretty much like a very, very advanced version of “Sink the battleship” or whatever it’s called. Thinking about the potential in this makes me very excited. Go technology! "
And if you disagree please give a reason to why so we can discuss stuff :) @ Trunkz Jr: I agree with you. What I mention above is only if you are more than one player playing on the same TV. But the most impressive part is that you are gonna be able to play two different games at once or watch two different movies at the same time. :)
Your main argument is only for multiplayer with friends over, I think this would of been great during the days of Goldeneye but now it's more about the multiplayer (online) (tho I agree with you in a sense that if you could use what you say and play co-op online with a friend say BFBC2 - also a neat idea) In general tho, requiring everyone to wear glasses is a hassle no matter how you look at it. Glasses free is what its it, and if they had it so if you viewed the TV at a certain angle and display a different image to that person, then all the more better. As I see it now, I have no need for 3D TV's for a very long time.
"this will be possible without the need of another TV+console", how do you think will one console handle rendering 2 different games at once??? you will always need a second console... also you will need to use two headphones otherwise it will be a total sound mess when playing two movies/games, and therefor i don't see much potential in this particular feature even if i was astounded myself about it, but it isn't very practical... well maybe only for the multiplayer splitscreen.
This is why I love Toshiba. I love my Toshiba TV.
Sorry, I guess I must hate my Toshiba TV. Sorry guys.
you won't survive here among sony fanboys. "Sony can top anyone"
Trunkz Jr. Glasses are a hassle? Seriously? *puts on glasses* WOW! what a hassle! I had to call a taxi cab to crash into my house and drive me all the way to the coffee table so that I could get them. Also, I had to rent a crane so that I could lower them unto my head. Damn those glasses! Grrrrr!
This needs more time the viewing angle on these things are ment to terrible on big screens then theres cost. AliTheBrit19 you could say that about anything why buy nice phone when next week there will better one if everyone followed your logic then no would buy anything.
This is why people buying into the 3D Crap now are morons Buying a 3D TV right now - Such a waste of money When, within a couple of years, you'll have glasses-free 3DTV.
Read my post and then tell me what you think :)
seriously, no glasses 3D... whats the point of that. There is not depth into the room. There is nothing giving you the sense of 3D images surrounding the room you are watching TV in, nothing coming out at you. All you have with those types of TVs is a basically a depth of field, that is basically 10 feet away. Looking into "window" 10 feet away is not going to give you same feeling as having glasses on with things jumping out of the screen towards you. I would also get rid of the strong words, calling people morons is what got you to 1 bubble. Consider this a warning for that type of language.
or new car models which will have a newer version in 2-3 years idiots as well?. Ali. Thanks to those idiots we get progression in tech as well as reduction in prices so that cheap sh!t's like you can afford. Don't you dare call early adopters idiots.