Samsung has recently unveiled its new 55inch 3D TV prototype to join a growing band of major firms who are gambling that the 3D TV technology will happen to be mainstream in the near future. Samsung are sure that they have circumvented one of the main problems with 3D systems: blurring. The alternative framing technology from Samsung offers a slightly altered view through the shutter glasses.
Certainly, the mentioning of requirement for special glasses again raises concerns of how mainstream technology can be with the need for custom made goggles. Many industry critics believe that 3D will only lift-off if and when the need for using additional equipment is eliminated. However, one such additional equipment that is necessary for such televisions is TV brackets that hold your latest TV firmly on the wall, offering a great TV viewing experience.
Samsung and other manufacturers have been working together on autostereoscopic displays that do not require glasses for 3D effects. This technology is doubtful to be in a functional customer form anytime soon and definitely not at the moment as systems that require glasses are still to be introduced.
With the immense popularity of LCD, plasma and LED TV screens, the introduction of the 3D television is possibly the right move from television manufacturers. With a plethora of 3D products and concepts on display at various shows, 3D television is soon to be the next big thing.