In the latest 3D movie to hit the big screen, prehistoric killer fish practically sink their teeth into cinema audiences. And with moviegoers willing to pay $15 to $20 to watch movies like Piranha 3D - a number of companies are (1)______________________________.
In California's Silicon Valley, graphics technology company Nvidia is developing a device that brings the 3D experience to your home computer. 3D Division chief Phil Eisler, says (2)__________________ by blinking rapidly to bring a different image to each eye.
"Nvidia has pursued the active shutter glasses, they are what's called the sequential frame 120 Hz method so that the glasses here will open left and right at 60 Hz per eye. And then a laptop such as this Toshiba 3D laptop - the screen will work at 120 Hz and display left and right so you get a true stereoscopic 3D image, (3)______________________________." Nvidia says it's a big improvement from the old red and green - cardboard glasses.