Contrary to what many at the press have been preaching since 3DTV was introduced in 2010, 3D is still alive and active in the industry, and many consumers still want to experience 3D at home.
What it should be dead is the approach of inflated advertising and improper reporting of 3DTV as a whole new television set or system that replaces what you have, although it appears that the market and the industry have finally adapted to the idea of considering 3D as what it should have been considered since day one
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2013 CES: Television
Ultra HD resolution; second-screen control capabilities; smarter features; easier search and connectivity; broader choice of screen sizes; and slimmer, sleeker
designs characterized this year’s TV lines offered up by the major manufacturers.
Stream TV Unveils Glasses-Free 2160p 3DTV
January 8, 2013
Specialty TV provider Stream TV believes it has effectively addressed what is probably the No. 1 consumer complaint about 3DTV in the home: the glasses. At a press conference held prior to the 2013 CES Show on Jan. 7 in Las Vegas, the company announced its new Ultra D 2160p technology, which it claims provides an authentic, full-bodied 3D home television experience without glasses at 2160p resolution.