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Watching 3D without Glasses

Updated on February 18, 2013
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photo credit: Jon Ovington's flickr photostream

3D HD TV without 3D Glasses

We were stunned before by the high-definition world given by genius high technology companies like SONY and Samsung, that soon followed the same amazing innovations from LG, Panasonic, Toshiba and others. Now, after being dazzled by HD world, the 3D experience by IMAX in cinemas is just within our grasp, in our own home theater.

Samsung was the first to release its Full HD 3D LED TV available in the market at the start of the year 2010. And we were awed with excitement just seeing the 40-inch and above variety of 3D HDTV. Kids are not alone wanting to wear those 3d glasses at home to watch the latest from PIXAR and Dreamworks because I bet the FIFA, FIBA and other world sports would be exciting in 3d, too.

Yet SONY is the superstar of TV. Nobody can make it better than SONY as they say. The fresh and gorgeous Bravia 3D HDTV is packed with cutting-edge technologies with its 3d in full HD 1080. It promises super realistic images in the digital world that could transport anyone into the action.

The world of 3D HDTV will be perfect with 3D Blu-ray players and 3D Blu-ray integrated home theater systems.

Samsung 3D HDTV compared to SONY 3D HDTV, prices and models are below.

How to make 3D glasses at home for free

Watching 3D without those 3D Glasses

So the 3D home-viewing revolution has just begun. With you and your family and friends, with popcorn, wearing those 3D glasses, would you really enjoy the new experience? What if someone has no 3D glasses? And what about those who wear optical graded glasses, would they need special 3D glasses?

Watching in 3D, I know I wouldn’t be the only one to admit, is cool but a total headache and nausea. Is that the feeling when you’re on e and you roll? LOL jk. Watching 3D without those silly glasses perhaps is the next target of big companies engineering the 3D world.

It would lessen the eyestrain and headache if we could just watch 3d without those glasses. Let’s see who will be first to introduce 3D HDTV without 3D glasses. Remove those 3D glasses please :)


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    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Hey there Acer :) What about 3d in poetry? haha

    • Mentalist acer profile image

      Mentalist acer 

      8 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

      3D is now becoming fact rather than illusion...thanks for the advanced warning Twentyfive;)


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