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Toshiba’s new no-glasses 3D television

With 3D televisions poised to take a major market share in the home theatre experience, Toshiba has raised the bar even further with a no-glasses 3D TV just in time for 2012.

Say goodbye to those not-so-fashionable 3D glasses that easily break and add to clutter in the living room.

Toshiba’s 3D televisions produce images with the illusion of depth without any additional aids – glasses. Toshiba’s new invention already includes a small lens in front of the display, which ultimately removes any need for bulky and colourful glasses.

Still in it’s early manufacturing states, Toshiba is only offering a small 12-inch and 20-inch model in Japan. However, larger display sizes are expected to be launched outside of Japan.

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