Watch 3-D movies at home, sans glasses

 MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has developed a new method for displaying 3D movies at home without requiring the use of 3D glasses, and without some of the downsides of traditional methods for glasses-free 3D video playback. The method also doesn’t require any new special source material – it converts existing 3D movies from their stereo format… Read More

Watch 3-D movies at home, sans glasses

Wed 12 Jul 17 from TechXplore

Watch 3-D movies at home, sans glasses, Wed 12 Jul 17 from Eurekalert

MIT researchers reveal 3D TV that DOESN'T need glasses†

The 'Home3D' system, developed by MIT, works by displaying three or more images that simulate what the scene looks like from different locations, allowing the brain to compute the image depth. ...

Wed 12 Jul 17 from Daily Mail

You could soon watch 3D movies without ridiculous glasses - CNET

Researchers at MIT are hoping to bring 3D TV back from the dead.

Wed 12 Jul 17 from CNET

MIT wants to bring glasses-free 3D technology to the living room

Many have dismissed 3D video playback as little more than a failed gimmick but not everyone is ready to give up on the format. Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence ...

Wed 12 Jul 17 from Techspot

MIT solves a major problem holding up glasses-free 3D TVs

A year ago, MIT scientists unveiled a new technology that delivered a 3D movie experience in theaters without the need for cumbersome glasses. Now they're working to bring that ...

Wed 12 Jul 17 from Engadget

MITís glasses-free home 3D tech could make help 3D movies more popular

 MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has developed a new method for displaying 3D movies at home without requiring the use of 3D glasses, and without some ...

Wed 12 Jul 17 from TechCrunch

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