Toshiba Corp believes it has a solution for television viewers who like 3-D but hate the glasses.
The Tokyo-based company on Monday unveiled the world’s first high definition liquid crystal display 3-D television that does not require special glasses — one of the biggest consumer complaints about the technology.
Toshiba describes the TVs as being for ‘personal use’. Whether consumers embrace the new TVs remains to be seen. Many might be put off by the fact they’ll have to be very close to the screen for the 3-D effect to really work not to mention the steep price tag.