Glasses free 3D is a very real and very achievable technology and Nintendo demonstrated this with the release of its 3DS gaming system on March 27, 2011.
These rumors may be founded in a basis of some fact. In the late part of 2010, Toshiba has launched a line of 3D HDTVs. There is no denying that Toshiba is already in the 3D world when it comes to technologies.
Since nearly ever technology guru out there now concedes that 3D "IS" the way of the future and no longer "MAY BE" the way of the future, it only makes sense that the big names will advance the technology further into glasses free monitors. Already big names such as Acer, Asustek, HP, Dell, and Lonovo have launched 3D laptops but no one has yet to launch a glasses free model.
One of the biggest draw backs to 3D is the lack of universal viewing technology. One set of glasses may not work on another kind of 3D technology. Glasses free monitor and TVs will solves that problem and will go a long, long way to getting 3D technology into every household.