Homemade Autostereoscopic Monitor

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    I am new to stereoscopy, but I saw the craze about 3d stuff on TV and wanted to try it out. Shutter glasses seem too bulky, so I wanted to make an autostereoscopic monitor like in the article on here.

    There seem to be autostereoscopic kits that you can buy for certain size monitors, which means that I should be able to see 3D images if I just buy a lentiuclar sheet.

    Will this work well and mean I can play games in stereo for very low cost? :confused:
     
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