- adj. Without glass.
- adj. not furnished with glass
- glass + -less (Wiktionary)
“At this year's show, a few manufacturers are demonstrating "glassless" screens that do away with that requirement but have other issues.”
“The TV boasts a screen with a "glassless" front with a louvre structure, which not only eliminates reflections off-axis but gives the set a dynamic contrast of 5,000,000: 1.”
“Quickly, she turned her back on Zoe and walked over to one of the glassless windows.”
“It's working on making glassless 3D work on full-sized TVs too.”
“Sony also showed off prototypes of a 3D visor you could wear to watch 3D content on a plane, as well as a portable Blu-ray player that would join those cameras in being "glassless.”
“A big issue for glassless 3D has been making the sets larger, something Toshiba is obviously doing.”
“A row of glassless windows gaped from the side like pits.”
“The photo shows the principal issue with glassless 3-D, sometimes also called "autostereoscopic": Those strips of tape on the floor mark the viewing angles at which you can see that extra dimension.”
“Sony aims to avoid those viewing-angle issues by confining glassless viewing to smaller screens, such as those on the video cameras it introduced at its press conference Wednesday evening.”
“Toshiba, which demonstrated a glassless system in October, has a large section of its exhibit devoted to this technology.”
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