Dorky-glasses-free 3D TV ... interested?

If you could get your hands on a 3D TV that didn't require those dorky (and expensive) 3D glasses, would you be interested?

If you could get your hands on a 3D TV that didn't require those dorky (and expensive) 3D glasses, would you be interested?

According to a Taiwanese research group, glasses-free 3D TVs will hit markets in 2015:

Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) displayed a 42-inch glasses-free 3D LCD TV this week, and the company can currently make them with screens as large as 65 inches, according to Stephen Jeng, director of ITRI's 3D System & Application Division.

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What do you think? Will 3D in the home catch on or is it a fad, like videodisc, HD-DVD and Betamax?

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