So you've got a 3D TV, 3D computer, 3D Blu-ray player. You've put your pre-order in for your 3DS and you're taking pictures with your new 3D digital camera. Isn't it time you got a 3D phone?
Well, even though sporting events are the most widely broadcast 3D programming and ESPN 3D is now the only multi-carrier 24/7 3D channel available, there won't be any 3D broadcasts of the upcoming Super Bowl.
A new rumor says that the Matrix movie franchise is in store for two more sequels, in which The One will be in three dimensions for the first time.
Despite all of the "glasses-free" 3D products that have been in the news this month, many companies still see active shutter stereoscopic 3D glasses as the only way to get the absolute sharpest 3D picture quality. Enter the Toshiba T551/D8B.
All these iPad competitors out there are really having a tough time setting them apart from the pack. But that may soon change as companies like LG start incorporating 3D displays that don't require special 3D glasses.
We've seen the technology come to digital photo frames, 3D camera viewfinders, TV sets, and computer monitors, and now it's the smartphone's turn.
Ask someone in America if they have a 3D Blu-ray player and they'll probably either say they can't afford one, don't have a 3D TV, or - the most likely - they have no idea what you're talking about. But ask the same question in Japan, and your response is likely to be very different.
When it comes to the world of 3D, computers aren't making a very big wave. There are special graphics cards and 3D glasses that can turn your PC into a 3D machine, but Fujitsu has a better idea.
A new interactive store window display allows window-shoppers to see merchandise from any angle, read more information and even buy, simply by pointing.
Heralded director James Cameron thinks that within a few years, advertising that a movie is available in 3D won't be such a big deal anymore...because almost every single film in theaters will be presented in the new format.
The emergence of adult content is always a sign of a new medium breaking in, and Penthouse, one of the biggest players in the business, is ready to bring its tantalizingly salacious content to the world of 3D.
We knew going into CES that 3D would yet again be another big trend. But because of the rather scattered state of the 3D industry right now, no one really cared what anyone had to show.
A lot of companies have 3D fever these days, but few can match the ferver and sheer breadth of 3D material available from Sony at this year's CES expo.
It was exactly one year ago when ESPN launched a revolutionary new 3D channel, the very first of its kind in the world. Now it has something else to announce - making that channel live 24 hours a day.
After having already launched revolutionary "glasses-free 3D" TVs in Japan, Toshiba is ready to bring the technology to the US in a 40-inch model that could bring the 3D race to a screeching halt.
Oh boy. After already battling with active shutter glasses, 3D TVs that need external sensors, and this idea of 3D that doesn't require glasses, Samsung is introducing an entirely new concept.
Vizio has unveiled a whole bunch of TVs that it plans to introduce in its game-changing line of Theater 3D products.
The current stereoscopic 3D standard being used in TVs and computer monitors is acclaimed for providing the most powerful 3D resolution possible, but due to an extreme lack of consumer interest, LG is looking to a new alternative.
Samsung always has a lot to show at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, but one of the most eye-popping things will be its introduction of the world's sleekest Blu-ray 3D player.
Size does matter. At least in the world of consumer electronics. And LG wants to be the biggest dog in the kennel when it launches a massive, almost too-big-to-be-useful 72-inch 3D TV with all the trimmings.