TCL 3-D TV

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TCL Corporation has produced a 3-D television, which unlike others, does not require any glasses to see the 3-D effect.

It was revealed at CES in January 2010.

It works by adding a layer of ripped lenses to the front of a television screen, to produce a 3-D effect. There are eight lenses on the screen itself, you able to see a few of them at a time, depending on where you stand in relation to the television.

It can also be used on billboards.

It is already being sold in China, and sells for about $20,000.[1]

It is the only 3-D television that does not require the use of glasses.

Reception[edit]

  • CNN listed it as one of its 10 cool new toys from CES [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Give Me 3D TV, Without The Glasses : 3D Monitors, No Glasses Required". Tomsguide.com. 2010-01-09. Retrieved 2012-12-11. 
  2. ^ By John D. Sutter and Brandon Griggs, CNN. "10 cool new toys from CES". CNN.com. Retrieved 2012-12-11. 

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