CNet has an article on how 3D monitors that don't require glasses are nearing mass-production stage. "While Philips currently sells monitors with its WOWxv technology only to resorts and malls for public information kiosks, it hopes to bring out 3D TVs in about two years. The company is currently talking with broadcasters and producers to produce 3D-optimized content; it is also negotiating with other TV manufacturers to license the technology for their own sets." Another manufacturer mentioned in the article is ColorLink.
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