No, that feeling of déjà vu isn't without merit -- Texas Instruments has been touting this technology since CES 2008, but it's good to see the company still pressing on. For those in need of a refresher, the dual view 3D technology will essentially enable two people to watch two different things on the same television. Tim Simerly, video systems architect at TI, noted that each viewer would wear their own set of glasses which would correspond with the image they were supposed to see, and of course, separate headsets would be necessary in most scenarios. Unfortunately, no one would comment on the possibility of brain implosion should someone put both sets of goggles on at the same time, but we'd expect further demonstrations at CES 2009.

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