3D Phones Without Special Glasses
3M's Optical Systems Division has announced that it has developed a new, field sequential 3D optical film called "Vikuiti" for handheld devices - enabling true auto stereoscopic 3D viewing on mobile phones without the need for special glasses.
WOW effect by Philips with a 132" autostereoscopic display
AT the IFA fair (4 Sep 2009), Philips is presenting a massive 132" 3D display build from nine 42)inches 3D screens stacked in three rows. The WOWvx technology from Philips is based on a lenticular film in front of a fast LCD panel.
A simple calculation based on the 12,000 USD list price of a single WWvx screen gives as result a list price of 108,000 USD or 75,000 Euros. If you have the money available, I suppose your living room wall is at least 3.2 meters wide, so it should be OK...