Samsung and Real3D have combined forces to create a 3D display for the living room that houses the active shutter technology in the display - instead of the glasses&em;meaning you can wear the same glasses you get in theatres. The two companies are calling the new display technology RDZ, and it promises to provide a full resolution picture with no loss in brightness. And naturally, the displays are also 2D compatible. [Businesswire]
Samsung And RealD's New 3D Tech Means No More Bulky Glasses
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