I'm thinking this is a signpost indicating that we're all looking at monitor upgrades sooner than expected.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Psh we are already there, just use that new Sony TV as your monitor :D.
The feature to turn it off and on is nice, it would help a lot when your not using 3D.
I call dibs on a patent for an API that allows you to directly program the monitor to enable 3D for only certain windows/areas of the screen.
too bad the big corporations don't play "dibs" and Intel has probably filed for a patent after reading that. lol
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If it's a good idea (and yours really is), chances are it's been taken. I get that a lot: I think of something, and a short while later I see it on shelves. It's not fair! :P
But yeah, that sounds awesome, esp. on a large screen where the edges are being viewed at a slight angle: you could have a flat viewing surface for web browsing or text, and small 3D widgets around the edges. Couple that with a gesture-recognition system, and you could "click" the 3D portions in midair. Hmm...dibs?
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