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Toshiba on Monday announced what it claims are the world's first LCD TVs that render three-dimensional images without the need for glasses. The new Glasses-less 3D Regza GL1 series was unveiled at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies in Tokyo. They use technology similar to that employed in the Nintendo 3DS hand-held game console. The larger of the two uses the Cell processor, which is also used in the PlayStation 3, to process images. They will be released in Japan by the end of the year. However, viewers must sit within a specific zone in order to get the 3D effect.
Does it really matter? 3D appears to be a dud for most people. Lack of good content and even if you do not have to wear glasses its still a question of seating arrangement. For most people who just in the last few years has invested in the new Digital TV's and then BluRay.
I think 3D has just come along at a bad time. But this seems to be the electronics industries way of keeping buyers in stores. But I don't think it will work this time.
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seeing is believing.