Every pondered the idea of purchasing a 3D television but fret about the burden of having to wear those funky glasses in order to get the 3D experience? Of course you have, which is why many are refusing to get into the 3D game. Well LG’s new 20-inch DX2000 monitor eliminates the glasses prerequisite for getting your 3D enjoyment. Though the monitor is small (very small), it gives the consumer the freedom to let go of the glasses and also lets you squeeze this television into the tightest of spaces.
So, what is it? Is it the prospect of wearing uncomfortable glasses the entire time you’re checking out a flick? What if you have a bunch of friends over and not enough glasses? What about replacing them when they break, which you know they will at some point right? All of these fears are alleviated with the introduction of this 20-inch LED backlit, glassless 3D monitor.
LG uses the parallax barrier technology and also introduces the first eye-tracking feature that allows users to move around a room and still get the 3D experience. No more having to worry about staying front and center and feeling like your 3D TV had you locked onto your couch. Also featured will be 2D to 3D converter for those who might not want Shrek popping into their living rooms on a daily basis. Overall, sounds like a novel idea and makes us wonder why this technology has been so slow to come. The DX2000 is slated to hit stores in late 2011.
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