Dutch company Dimenco has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its 4k glasses-free 3D TV which it plans to sell for €899 (US$1244).
Have you always wanted to turn an Internet video or animated GIF into a lenticular print? There's a Kickstarter project for that.
What do you get for the person who has everything? A hand-cranked GIF machine, of course.
What makes DC Comics' bad guys even badder? Appearing on 3D covers, without the need for pesky glasses. Here's your chance to win the whole set of Villains Month comics. That's a lot of evil.
Sony has created a sheet that turns any laptop into a glasses-free 3D machine, consigning 3D specs to the dustbin of history.
Superman gets the chance to fight for the Canadian way with the Royal Canadian Mint's release of a set of commemorative coins.
DC Comics' September covers feature unusual print tech to showcase its biggest villains in 3D -- without the aid of annoying glasses. But just like the best bad guys, these comics come with a controversy.
A newly published patent application describes how to manipulate touch-screen objects in three dimensions through gestures.
Advertisement uses lenticular printing to show different anti-abuse messages depending on the viewer's height, and could help empower abused children to seek help.
A 22-year-old student in Croatia is using animated gifs to create artworks of stunning gorgeousness.