Glasses-free 3D TVs may be coming to airlines

You'll soon be able to watch 3D movies from 30,000 feet in the air. A start-up company called MasterImage 3D is reportedly very close to signing a deal with multiple airlines to bring its display technology to TV monitors across entire fleets of aircraft. Hollywood Reporter notes that the company just received $15 million in funding from Samsung, which is sure to start pouncing on the emerging glasses-free 3D market.

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