Definitions

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  • adjective Without glass.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not furnished with glass

Etymologies

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glass +‎ -less

Examples

  • At this year's show, a few manufacturers are demonstrating "glassless" screens that do away with that requirement but have other issues.

    Glassless 3-D looks for a spot in the living room

  • 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.

    CNET Australia

  • A big issue for glassless 3D has been making the sets larger, something Toshiba is obviously doing.

    CES 2011: Toshiba offers 3D TVs three ways, including glasses-free

  • Quickly, she turned her back on Zoe and walked over to one of the glassless windows.

    Choker

  • A row of glassless windows gaped from the side like pits.

    Choker

  • 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."

    Sony: 3D TV for everyone

  • A row of glassless windows gaped from the side like pits.

    Choker

  • A row of glassless windows gaped from the side like pits.

    Choker

  • Quickly, she turned her back on Zoe and walked over to one of the glassless windows.

    Choker

  • It's working on making glassless 3D work on full-sized TVs too.

    Sony: 3D TV for everyone

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