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Actually, we see 2D slices of 3D space.
Me neither although that`s probably due to the fact I`ve had a lazy eye since I can remember ):
No, televisions I think. They are apparently going to be the next big thing now that everyone has flat screen or LCD.
Polarized 3D can`t work on today`s TVs since they can`t control the polarization (LCD TVs are already polarized in one direction). Sony and Samsung said they`re coming out with 3D TVs soon. They didn`t say how they worked, but I assume the two imaged are interlaced, line by line. I hope they are smart enough to polarize the images at 45 and 135 deg. (/\) rather than 0 and 90 deg. (-|) as shown above.
The parallax barrier only works at a very specific angle and distance, and that depends on how far apart your eyes are. You have to sit very still or look through a set of fixed peepholes.
Polarized 3D is the way to go for home or theater. For people who don`t like it, they can give out glasses with both lenses polarized in the same direction so they only see one perspective. For home, you could switch the player from 2D to 3D and only have to have 50% more info on the disk.
actually, my ad-blocker blocks the new ads that everyone got really pissed off about. What are they? pop-ups when you click on links?