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This article was published on January 8, 2011

Video: CES 2011 -LG to launch 3D TV on mobile without need for glasses.

Video: CES 2011 -LG to launch 3D TV on mobile without need for glasses. Image by: © Tim Garcha/zefa/Corbis
Hermione Way
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Hermione Way

Founder Newspepper.com & Techfluff.TV. Loves social media, video on the Internet. Loves travel & pickled onions Founder Newspepper.com & Techfluff.TV. Loves social media, video on the Internet. Loves travel & pickled onions

One of the most exciting things I’ve seen here at CES so far (Bear in mind I’ve only been here for a couple of hours) is the prototype of LG’s 3D TV on mobile without the need for 3D glasses.

Whilst the rest of CES seem to be marveling at Panasonic’s 3D TV, also without the need for glasses, the news that LG is to incorporate not only 3D TV, but the ability to record video in 3D on such a small screen is an innovative step  in a consumer market where more media than ever is being made and consumed on mobiles.

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