So, have you been following any of the drama regarding active and passive 3D technology? We’ve heard both sides trade jabs, call each other names, and even schedule steel cage matches to the death…however, all of that may be a think of the past if Dimenco has anything to say about it. The company is comprised of former Phillips engineers, so expect some great things from the organization. If this is a sign of things to come, we may have a new kid on the block in terms of “big dogs” in the 3D TV industry.
There are questions regarding the effectiveness of such technology, however. Sure, we’ve seen the 3DS work well with the dual-screen design, but the use of a single, large screen without 3D glasses? This we gotta see…but, if you want to be the first to get one of these, it’s going to cost you. The BDL5231-3D2R will cost you around $20,000 USD, so it’s likely going to be a novelty until more affordable units hit the market.
This isn’t the first glasses-free 3D TV we’ve heard about, as Toshiba already has a unit on Japanese shelves. Samsung claims to have one in the works, but maintains that the technology simply isn’t there yet and doesn’t want to release an inferior product. But, with so many complaining about the glasses involved in 3D, this trend could change everything.
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