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WOWvx is a type of monitor screen and software tools manufactured by Philips and other companies that offers 3D images without glasses for several viewers at a time. A range of professional 3D displays for the advertising, entertainment and 3D visualization are available. WOWvx uses the 3D format called 2D-plus-depth that has a greyscale depth map next to each 2D frame.

Philips allowed a new offshoot company, Dimenco n.v.[1], to manage sales of 3D glasses-free displays (such as the model 42-3D6W02) in March 2009. The company has now expanded the range of models up to Ultra high resolution large screen models.

Philips plans to introduce glasses-free 3DTV for consumers and in this regard presented a new Ultra high definition 60" TV at the CES 2013 show "Review". This model is claimed to be a final prototype, and the official release date is pending release.

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