3D TV within couple of years?

Posted on Monday, Sep 25 2006 @ 08:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
According to a European research consortium 3D TV could be in homes within three years.
Levent Onural, co-ordinator of the multinational 3DTV network, said the technology was already in place for 3D TV and cinema to become commonplace.

The consortium, funded by the European Commission, consists of about 200 researchers in seven countries, and is halfway through its four-year duration.

Levent Onural, 3DTV consortium, said: "We do think holographic 3D TV is feasible, but the technology is not in place yet.

"If you ask my opinion, it will take another 10 years to get there, but some say it will take 14 to 20 years."
Read on at BBC.


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