Last week, I went downtown to a PR firm's office to get a demonstration of a "3-D-without-the-stupid-glasses" (my description, not theirs) display from a Philadelphia start-up, Stream TV.
The TV industry has been pushing 3-D as The Next Big Thing for more than two and a half years. The problem is, we consumers don't really seem to care all that much about it.
It could be that one of the obstacles to embracing 3-D is the requirement that we wear glasses to view it. Nobody wants to do this
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