When you look at something, you see a slightly different image with each eye. Your brain processes these images to reconstruct the space, enabling you to see things with 3D depth.

3D content is shot with a camera that uses two lenses, like a left eye and a right eye. Imagery that�s been captured by this system seems to pop out of the screen straight at the viewer, as if they were there.

Standard TV display technology is limited to only two dimensions � height and width ("2D"). 3D technology is a visual illusion that employs complex synchronization of two separate images in such a way that the brain interprets both images as one, thus creating an illusion of a third dimension, depth. 3D TV allows home viewers to experience TV programs, movies, games, and other video content in this stereoscopic effect.