Sharp has lifted the veil on its first offering of 3D TVs. To be packaged under its high-end Aquos brand, the TVs bring with them a new feature that lets multiple viewers choose between 2D and 3D at the same time.
Even though star Kristen Stewart has gone on record saying she wants the next Twilight movie to be shot in 3D, the film's production company has spoken out saying it won't be done.
Although it seems like everyone is calling it the next big thing, the majority of consumers are not that excited about 3D TV, and according to one study's results, interest in the technology actually goes down after users give it a test run.
So when you create the highest-grossing movie of all time, what do you do for your next project? For James Cameron, the answer is: use the exact same story.
After being somewhat late to the game with its first line of stereoscopic 3D TVs, Sony is gunning to be proactive in the 3D laptop market, planning a computer with full 3D capabilities for release next year.
A new data compression technique could allow 3D movies to be seamlessly transmitted over the internet and via satellite, say its developers.
Intel and Nokia are creating a joint development center at Finland's University of Oulu, aiming to develop 3D and other new interfaces for mobile devices running MeeGo.
There's a new 3D movie in the works that sounds like it's not for the squeamish, except it is. It's designed to be so realistic that it can be an alternative to hypnotherapy treatments for arachnophobia patients.
German and Swiss researchers have developed a new type of 3D technology for the home that they claim provides an unprecedentedly high level of picture quality.
In a move to bring back attention to its flailing TV service, Verizon has struct a deal with the National Football League to air its first ever 3D football game on TV. It's a major score as the most mainstream sporting event to make it to the new broadcast medium.
The 3D mantra of "so real you can practically touch it" is about to take on a whole new meaning, as filmmakers in Hong Kong have cut the ribbon on what they claim is the first 3D porno ever made.
Astronomers using ESO’s Very Large Telescope have for the first time been able to see a stellar explosion in 3D.
Not enough 3D content available on your fancy new 3D TV? Then make your own. Panasonic has become the first major manufacturer to launch a consumer videocamera that can record in 3D.
Quiz question: what is the only company that earns money on every single 3D movie ticket sale, almost irregardless of where the ticket is bought and what the film is? Answer: RealD, the company that brings 3D technology to every major theater in the US.
More than one in ten people has a visual impairment that means they can't see 3D films properly, according to a British eyecare charity.
Sony's latest line of 3D digital cameras lets users take stereoscopic 3D images in the palm of their hands, as they are the smallest ones yet to hit the market.
In its latest push to remain relevant in the online video market, Adobe is going to add a new layer to its Flash standard: a 3D layer.
While there is still a battle for 3D acceptance in the home, the lack of a format war for home media could lead to a faster adoption rate and increased interest.
As if James Cameron's Avatar didn't make enough money in its original screening, a second theater run, and an initial home video release, a new "special edition" of the film is coming back to theaters.
After getting to delve into Sony’s preliminary slate of stereoscopic 3D games on the PS3, I have to say there’s a reason for all this excitement but also a reason for the skepticism.