It took a while, but Pioneer has finally launched its first set of Blu-ray 3D players, offering customers the class and elegance it is known for in its electronics. And, get this, there's iPhone support.
While it's all anyone wants to talk about in the tech world and everyone makes it sound really cool, consumers just don't want 3D TVs. And manufacturers are already cutting prices of their 3D sets by as much as 50%.
When it comes to 3D, there's one stigma that some people just can't shake: wearing glasses. For the four-eyed phobias out there, Toshiba will be bringing its glasses-free commercial 3D TV to the states next month for the first time at CES.
If you're anything like me, once your friends realized you had a 3D TV, they looked at those $150 3D glasses at Best Buy and confusingly asked, "Why don't you just steal a pair from the movie theater?" Those are Vizio's thoughts exactly.
3D is bigger and better than ever these days, and it doesn't take a genius to assume that next month's CES will have 3D displays at every corner, but the question is who will win - glasses-free 3D or the more universally accepted 3D tech with glasses required?
To countless Americans, watching the perpetually burning Yule Log on TV is a Christmas tradition, and this year it's getting a high-tech makeover.
It's official. Every sport must now be in 3D.
James Cameron, otherwise known as the king of 3D, has just come forward to talk about his latest project - capturing the magic of Cirque du Soleil into a 3D feature film.
If you had a snazzy brand new 3D TV and an expensive Blu-ray 3D player, what's the number one movie you'd want to watch? Avatar? Unfortunately for you, it's pretty exclusive right now.
If you were waiting for a reason to get a 3D TV, here it is. If you live in France, that is. Prolific French pornographer Marc Dorcel has launched the world's first video-on-demand channel featuring adult films shot in the new stereoscopic 3D format.
Computer scientists have invented a way of creating 3-D models of landmarks and geographical locations using photos available on sites like Flickr.
Gamers with a 3D TV setup have another reason to rejoice this morning, as Sony last night uploaded a remastered version of the classic PS2 version of Prince of Persia fully upgraded for the PS3.
It's a symbolic move demonstrating the Blu-ray 3D format is ready to stand on its own two feet.
A UC Davis researcher has managed to turn the Xbox Kinect into a 3D video camera.
Movie studios pour in millions of dollars to make sure their projects use the absolute best in 3D technology, but then you, the viewer, are supposed to watch it with cheap, disposable 3D glasses. Now one optics company says "not anymore."
Sony is so desperate to make gamers interested in 3D that it is actually going out on a limb and saying flattering things about Nintendo's own 3D handheld gaming system.
Sony first unveiled Gran Turismo 5 in 2005. Since then, gamers have patiently waited as the developer continuously teased them, provided false release date expectations, and hyped up the game to the point where it sounded like the second coming of Jesus. And now, it may actually be finished.
What movie took the top spot this weekend? You guessed it - the only new one that was in 3D. The penultimate conclusion to the gory horror franchise ended on a high note.
Visionary filmmaker James Cameron has kind of spit all over the 3D early adopters by saying that the technology they've invested thousands of dollars into will be obsolete, and should wait until "glasses-free" 3D TVs become more readily available.
We gotta get our hands on one of these. Not only is this digital picture frame using a customized version of Android, it can also convert any standard 2D digital image file into 3D.