Panasonic is on the road towards development of its “full HD 3D system”, following creation of a 50in 3D-capable plasma display. The screen is still just a prototype, but Panasonic claimed that 50in 3D displays will “become the most popular size for home theatres”. At IFA in Berlin earlier this month, Panasonic unveiled plans …
"The advantage of active-shutter tech - according to Panasonic - is that each eye receives a 1920 x 1080p image"
but presumably at half of the refresh rate than the TV would otherwise be capable of delivering, not to mention the big clunky glasses.
One way or another, you have to deliver twice the information that a 2D set would deliver.
re: but ...
What you need is two full-HD TVs and a pair of Clockwork-Orange-style eye-braces to point each eyeball at the relevant set.
Why bother with the screen ?
If you are going to have to wear glasses then why not just have a couple of mini hi res screens in those glasses??
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