3D without glasses
3D without glasses - according to the French

18 Jan 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Francois Vogel is test-running a “3D without glasses”- experiment. Why have 3D glasses when you can just imitate the effect by alternately closing and opening your eyes?

3D without glasses - according to the French

3D without glasses has never been easier. Francois Vogel is test-running the experience by Jonathan Post in the video below. It's a quite amusing experiment but obviously a joke.


Mainstream 3D without glasses is still a few years away. There are quite a few prototypes out there but none with convincing picture quality.



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