The Content on ARHT's 3D TVs Can Be Viewed Without 3D Glasses

By: Laura McQuarrie - Sep 25, 2015
References: arhtmedia & marketwired
Although novel, 3D TVs have yet to become the mainstream. One of the biggest reasons for this might be due to the fact that watching content comfortably on a 3D TV requires a pair of 3D glasses for every member of the household.

In order to take this technology to the next level, ARHT (Augmented Reality Holographic Technology) launched a patent-pending holographic 3D TV that can be watched without wearing glasses.

The innovation is described as a "multi-plane visualization" technology that is used to display a 'HumaGram,' which renders objects and scenes in perfect 3D, HD clarity. The company remarks that "With ARHT TV viewers can conduct commerce and enjoy rich, interactive experiences with HumaGrams anywhere a standard LCD TV can be deployed." By fusing holographic and augmented reality technology, this television has the potential to completely transform the viewing experience as consumers know it.