In the system, based on retardation-switching glasses,4 odd lines of the display are used to display the left image lines within the first field and the right image lines within the second field. Since LCD cells cannot be switched between the left and the right image immediately, special measures are needed to reduce time sequential (i.e., dynamic) crosstalk to an acceptable level. According to the new concept, to exclude crosstalk, inherent in time-sequential LCD, any arbitrary row of the display panel should always display the left image or always display the right image. For example, odd display rows display odd image lines of the left image during a given frame, and even image lines of the left image during the next frame. The structure of the proposed TV system is shown in Fig. 1. Left–right image separation in the system is provided by a combination of FPR attached to the LCD panel (FPR panel) and polarizing filters, incorporated in the glasses. This combination can display stereo images with just one-half full vertical resolution. For example, the left viewer’s eye can see the light emitted only by the odd lines of the panel with dark spaces instead of the even lines. In order to provide full-resolution stereoscopic imaging, additional optics, capable of switchable refraction, is placed between each of two polarizing filters and the viewer’s eye.