Three dimensional televisions are a creation in the year 2012. Many people had the dream of creating such a television that would give the user a feel as if he is actually in the virtual world displayed by the television. This invention was a highly popular idea that also encouraged various people to create their own versions of a 3D television.
Televisions have always been popular and are now seen as a necessity for every house located in an urban area or with a means of connecting to electricity. With the hope of introducing a television that would appeal to the people, companies like Samsung and Sony, manufactured televisions that would allow people to enter a new, realistic world through a pair of glasses. 3D televisions were immediately popular among the media and many customers, but this popularity lasted only a short while and there were a number of reasons for this.
Firstly it was due to the cost involved with purchasing a television that displays its content in a three dimensional manner. The first 3D televisions released to the public contained very little hope of being bought. They were very highly priced, due to the effort and technology used to create them and so they could not be bought by a common man and some people thought it was a waste to spend $1000 on simply a television. Another reason for the unpopularity of these new televisions was that it soon became clear that the people who could afford the televisions were the ones who were extremely wealthy. It did not appeal to such people, the idea of having to wear glasses and remove them every time they sat down to watch their favorite shows; since without the proper 3D glasses, the television displayed everything on its screen in a blurry manner, which further irritated users. Also, in the initial stages of the launch of 3D televisions, each company that manufactured a television also produced its own glasses for the television. These glasses could only be used for the bought particular TV and were often sold separately at high prices. Other than these, there were other minor problems that did not allow the 3D TV’s to hit the market as hard as the manufacturers had hoped.
It was not until the year of 2013 that more attention was diverted to the three dimensional television sets. Manufacturers were already attempting to improve these televisions but now they were working all the more harder to remove the minor bugs and problems that were attached to 3D technology. Many of the latest tools and techniques were used to improve the three dimensional framework and there was also a drop in the prices of these television sets so as to attempt to lure people to buy them. All the efforts met with some success and there was a slow and gradual rise in sales of 3D televisions but not as much success as the manufacturers had been hoping for and as a result, they have been forced back to the drawing board to attempt to further improve 3D technology.