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Yes 3D TV is becoming more and more accessible as the days go on, but the discomfort, headache, eyestrain, and nausea generated by using the 3D glasses may be its downfall.
Watching a 3D movie or television set isn’t pleasant due to the glasses required to see the stereoscopic image. I know I’m not the only one who finds the experience very uncomfortable.
There has been much debate regarding the technology required to view 3D TV without those ridiculous glasses, and if you believe Samsung Electronics, you are going to be waiting at lease five to ten long years because technical hurdles still exist before such TVs can be mass-produced at an affordable price.
B.K. Yoon, Samsung Electronics’ visual-display president, said at a forum that although 3D without glasses is possible on cellphones and other small mobile devices, there are still to many challenges involved with bringing the technology into your living room.
However, earlier this month, rival Toshiba Corp. of Japan, unveiled the world’s first glasses-free 3D liquid-crystal-display television sets, less than a year after most set makers launched 3D television sets that require the uncomfortable eyewear. The company has said it plans to start selling the glasses-free TVs in December.
With the cutthroat nature of the television industry as it is, declining prices and innovations are threatening to dismantle promising technologies even before these companies can cash in on years of research and development.
Samsung’s hometown rival LG Electronics Inc. launched its 3D TVs in March and said it expects its sales of such TVs to reach more than one million units this year.
However, most analysts agree with Samsung, noting that it will likely take at least five years to bring the glasses-free 3D TVs into living rooms at an affordable price.
Holding my breath.
[Cheers Wall Street Journal]
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