RealView’s Deep Screen to Give 3DTV’s Without Glasses

Recent surveys indicate that consumers are not sold on the idea of home-based 3DTV. Of those surveyed, nearly 70 percent of those who don’t want 3DTV cited the stereoscopic glasses as the main reason. RealView Innovations’ 23” and 32” Deep Screens, which debuted in the US at E3 in June, are the only available multi-dimensional solutions available to consumers that do not require 3D glasses. Equally important, the Deep Screen works with any current movie, DVD or video game available.   Using patented Depth-Enhancing Technology that uncovers depth cues hidden in 2D images, the Deep Screen uses a combination of sophisticated optical components that work seamlessly with existing TVs, PCs and LCDs by simply fitting over the screen. Once the Deep Screen is in place over the monitor any movie, show or video game will instantly exhibit a rich, multi-dimensional expansion of images, colors and space. Images seem to extend forward from the viewer, as if expanding the screen’s depth and providing a wider visual horizon. There are no glasses or software required or any type of pre-programmed content. It’s ready out of the box (larger version will be available in late 2010).

Notable Highlights:

  • No Glasses Required
  • No Software or Pre-programmed Content Required
  • Works with Existing Library of Movies and Games
  • Comfortable to Use and Easy to Set Up
  • Sleek Design Attaches Directly to TV or Monitor in Seconds
  • 23” Model fits 19–23” Monitors & TVs
  • 32” Model fits 29-33” Monitors & TVs
  • Immersive, Multi-Dimensional Viewing Experience
  • Works with Existing TV Technology
  • Works with Existing PCs, LCDs, Plasmas, and LEDs
  • No Configuration Required
  • Compatible with 20-23” screens (32” and 42” available summer 2010)
  • The nearest 3D solution available
  • Affordable (23” SRP under $199, 32” SRP pending)


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Rob Kwong
Rob Kwong
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