Jeremy Nelson Seeks Crowdfunding to Experiment with 3D TV Without Glasses

Can 3D TV Be Achieved with Curved Micro-Mirrors Instead of Glasses?


Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2014 -- Jeremy Nelson has been an IT professional for years while 3D TV technology has been his passion. After several home-built 3D TV models he had a breakthrough idea; Can 3D TVs be mass produced in such a way as to give viewers the full 3D experience but without the goofy glasses so common in this type of technology?

His goal is to determine whether a new technique for viewing large screen 3D without glasses can be mass produced with no sacrifice of image quality. The core concept behind this is an array of curved micro-mirrors requiring high accuracy to work and collectively deliver 3D TV – without the glasses.

This project will require the use of very precise CNC machines, polishing, a high ppi monochrome LCD, and a projector capable of interacting with it. The goal of this prototype is to be able to demonstrate glasses-free 3D to investors or press by literally showing them a small, fully functional sample as proof of concept.

Having the insights and the ideas but not the money to fund his latest experiment, he has turned to crowdfunding seeking $7,100 to complete this experiment. Should Jeremy exceed his funding goal he will devote all additional dollars to expanding the scope of research to include larger models with different configurations.

This crowdfunding campaign ends on November 6, 2014.

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About Jeremy Nelson
With experience and education in Information Technology, Jeremy believes he can contribute something to 3D technology thanks to his extensive research in this emerging technology. Over the past seven years he’s built several 3D projectors each one an improvement over the ones before it. His latest iteration incorporated certain viewing angles eliminating the need for glasses while enjoying 3D TV. He has applied for a patent and now seeks crowdfunding to get him the funds he needs to execute his latest experiment.