Philips and LG have a plan to boost consumer interest in their 3D TVs, and they're targeting gamers worldwide.
LG introduced the concept of the "dual-view" gaming last September and it looks like the brass at Philips are hopping on the bandwagon. The latter has announced their 2012 TV lineup, highlighted by the Phillips 6000 and 7000 series, which will feature an application that allows two gamers to see different displays on the same television.
Check it the demo in the video below:
In his Tech Spot blog, Shawn Knight explains how this feature could effectively render "split-screen gaming" a thing of the past.
"The televisions utilize 3D technology to essentially play a trick on the human eye. With both players wearing special 3D glasses, one player only sees images from the left side of the screen while the other gamer only sees images from the right side. The beauty of the system is that it expands the half-screen view for each gamer so they see a full-screen image as theyRead More »from Dual-view gaming to make the split-screen a thing of the past