Apple may launch glasses-free 3D TV
WASHINGTON .- Apple is working on the design of a television screen that will not require 3D glasses to enjoy three-dimensional images.
This is a special screen made up of small parts of a pixel, which divert images to the left and right eye from slightly different angles, and that could be applied in televisions, monitors and screens.
This way it would offer viewers a more realistic experience of the 3D image.
So far, generating displays with images in three dimensions require the use of lenses, due to deficiencies when presenting the 3D images to the human viewer.
According to Leander Kahney, technology expert and former editor of Wired News, “Apple is unlikely to successfully solve this challenge, although it could help end the problem of having to use special glasses when viewing three dimensional images.”