How does it do such a thing? With a special muti-view feature, which adapts 3D technology to display a different image to the viewer depending on whether they're sitting to the left or the right of the screen. And yes, both will be at full 1080p resolution.
The big catch, of course, is that each viewer has to wear special glasses to see the proper image, not to mention get the right sound. Samsung has developed a new kind of glasses that works with both 2D and 3D material, and includes a pair of headphones tuned to whichever "channel" you're watching.
No price or availability yet on the KN55F9500, and it only comes in the 55-inch size — large for an OLED set, which are known for their thinner profiles and brighter displays. This set is also one of the first to pack a quad-core processor, a 1.35GHz chip based on ARM's Cortex-A15 architecture.
What do you think of Samsung's multi-view TV? Just what you wanted, or a solution in search of a problem? Share your thoughts in the comments.