The firm unveiled the sets at the Ceatec electronics show in Tokyo - the two TV sets that were displayed are able to create 3D effects in real time from standard film and television pictures.The televisions use a special sheet to create an array of nine overlapping images.
A viewer sees different images with each eye, creating the illusion of a 3D picture. The system is similar to that used in the Nintendo 3DS handheld console. You can read the rest of the article, with more details on this new form of 3D TV along with the criticism of it here: BBC Technology News
In other 3D TV news this week, CEA (Consumer Electronics Association) released a report indicating that "eight in ten consumers who have seen 3DTV first-hand have a positive experience". This is based on a polling of the 21% who had a demonstration or 'experience' with 3D TV in a retail setting.
You can read the entire article online here: What do Consumers Actually Think of 3D TV?