MIT Researchers Developing New Type Of 3D Screen : News Photo

MIT Researchers Developing New Type Of 3D Screen

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CAMBRIDGE, MA - AUGUST 2: Matt Hirsch, far left, with, Ramesh Raskar, center, and MIT researcher Gordon Wetzstein, right, at MIT Media Lab working on and viewing a prototype of a new type of 3-D TV screen they're developing. The technology, which doesn't require people to wear special glasses, is considered a breakthrough in 3-D technology. The display screen is actually made up of three different LCD panels, helping to create the illusion of 3-D when watching. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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CAMBRIDGE, MA - AUGUST 2: Matt Hirsch, far left, with, Ramesh Raskar, center, and MIT researcher Gordon Wetzstein, right, at MIT Media Lab working on and viewing a prototype of a new type of 3-D TV screen they're developing. The technology, which doesn't require people to wear special glasses, is considered a breakthrough in 3-D technology. The display screen is actually made up of three different LCD panels, helping to create the illusion of 3-D when watching. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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Matt Hirsch far left with Ramesh Raskar center and MIT researcher... News Photo 152427573Cambridge - Massachusetts,Center,Finance,Horizontal,Innovation,Looking,Massachusetts,New,Research,Screen,Television,USA,WorkingPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2012 - The Boston GlobeCAMBRIDGE, MA - AUGUST 2: Matt Hirsch, far left, with, Ramesh Raskar, center, and MIT researcher Gordon Wetzstein, right, at MIT Media Lab working on and viewing a prototype of a new type of 3-D TV screen they're developing. The technology, which doesn't require people to wear special glasses, is considered a breakthrough in 3-D technology. The display screen is actually made up of three different LCD panels, helping to create the illusion of 3-D when watching. (Photo by David L Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)