Hisense Shows Transparent 3D, World's Largest U-LED TV

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See through 3D, so it is very flat but we have to install a wall of light behind the TV to get the full effect.. Think I have seen this before just without the 3D (wasn't there something before LCDs?).
 
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It's not transparent. It renders what is behind it in virtual 3D, so it's virtually transparent.
 

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[citation]There was even a glasses-free HDTV that worked....[/citation]
My HDTV was always glasses free; but it wasn't 3D.
 

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[citation][nom]a1b2c3[/nom][citation]There was even a glasses-free HDTV that worked....[/citation]My HDTV was always glasses free; but it wasn't 3D.[/citation]

LOL. All of my HDTVs unfortunately have required glasses. I lose the HD effect without them.
 

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apprently somebody made a HUGE mistake, you can't view this from any of the other 5 axis's it is required for something to be 3D

look at the 3D printers for christ sake, they don't make a 1 axis object and call it 3D. a piece of paper is 3D a photo on one side of the paper is not 3D same goes for TV's

another einstein theory proven yet again "stupidity has no limits"
 
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