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New way to see 3D without glasses - OMG
posted January 17 2011 7:38.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Would you ever, EVER use this gadget to watch a 3D movie? I freak only to see this video. Nevertheless, this guy did a research and this has to be recognized. He figured out a way to simulate the 3D Active Shutter Glasses, without the glasses themselves. The system works only with 120Hz monitors. Hopefully, the final version will be ready for CES 2012. Watch the following video:




[Via: engadget]    [Link: jonathanpost]
Tags: 3D media   monitor   experiments   games and fun   research   inventions   
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