Toshiba Corp. has unveiled the world's first high-definition, liquid crystal display (LCD) 3D television that does not require special glasses—one of the biggest consumer complaints about the technology, reports the Associated Press. Electronics, entertainment, and education companies around the world are banking on 3D to fuel a new boom in TV, movies, games, and other content. Most 3D TVs on the market today rely on glasses to rapidly deliver separate images to each eye, which creates a sense of three-dimensional depth. In its new TVs, Toshiba uses a "perpendicular lenticular sheet," which consists of an array of small lenses that...

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