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Courtney Verblaauw Professor Binder BM250 December 1, 2010 Apple’s Glasses Free 3D Television Three-dimensional images are jumping out of movie theaters and into living rooms. Well what exactly is 3D TV? It adds the illusion of a third dimension, depth, to current TV and HDTV display technology, which is typically limited to only height and width. Sony, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Samsung, LG, and Toshiba currently released these 3D televisions. Television is finally becoming real, and the viewer is “in” the experience. This new 3D generation is going to become a transitional fad just like black-and-white to color and also standard to high-definition television.
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A 3D Television displays two separate images of the same scene simultaneously. One is intended for the viewer's right eye and the other is for the left eye. The two full-size images occupy the entire screen and appear intertwined with one another when looked at without the aid of special 3D glasses. When viewers throw on the glasses, they can distinguish these two images as a solitary 3D image. Currently only certain movies and television programs are available in this new technology. ESPN is test-recording some sporting events in 3D by using cameras with two sets of lenses, which would make football players appear to jump out of home television screens during live 3D broadcasts. The price of these three- dimensional televisions, which require a new television and broadcasting content, is not substantially higher than some high-definition televisions on the market now. However,
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course BM 511 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.

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