Posted Mon Nov 29, 2010 at 11:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
Content is limited but the content is exciting.
Watching 3D without having to use special glasses seems high on the list for consumers and a company called GRilli3D wants to give it to you.
The company has created plastic sheets, known as GRillis, that attach to your iPod, iPhone or iPad just like a normal screen protector. They create barrier lines between your eye and the image, giving you 3D without the need for glasses.
Content is extremely limited at the moment, with only a few demo images and videos, but the company is hoping to partner up with some 3D content providers.
It's an incredibly exciting concept, but until these make their way into the wild we won't know just how effective they are.
You can get a GRilli3D for your iPad for just $29 while the iPhone and iPod Touch models run $15. Both will be available Friday, November 26.
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