As consumers become understandably frustrated at the direction of the home 3D market, three companies are working to set new standards.
Mercedes-Benz is ready to bring in-car information and entertainment systems to the next dimension.
Jeffrey Katzenberg isn't excited about the state of 3D movies today.
The zany, spherical avians who first gained popularity on the iPhone are about to bring their anger to a whole new dimension.
Despite a lot of competitors entering the space over the last couple years, the one who pioneered it is still the leader.
In a bid to attract more consumers to its 3D graphics offerings, Nvidia has introduced a cheaper set of 3D glasses.
What is perhaps the most technologically sophisticated 3D TV is now a fait de compli in Japan.
You'll soon be able to watch 3D movies from 30,000 feet in the air.
A very old American war is about to get a very modern technological makeover.
James Cameron's Avatar was a highlight for the 3D film industry, but it was missing something...
George Lucas is very bullish on the market for 3D movies.
A new standard for stereoscopic 3D glasses has been proposed.
Sprint has struck gold with its 'Evo' brand of 4G smartphones, and it looks like it's about to throw glasses-free 3D technology into the mix.
The market for "glasses-free 3D" technology is still very nascent and hasn't achieved broad market appeal or scaled manufacturing costs, but Samsung is trying to innovate nonetheless.
Despite a slower than expected race to adopt 3D TV in the home, content providers are still pushing to get as much 3D material out there as possible, and that move just took a big step forward with Comcast's own 24/7 3D channel.
There has been a lot of doom and gloom in the media when it comes to the future of home entertainment 3D products, but it looks like that's not stopping the industry from pushing forward.
Sony, one of the strongest supporters of the new 3D movement, is set to be backing one of the most ambitious new TV channels and is ready to go live with it in just a few days, according to a new rumor.
The man whose 3D movie made more money than any movie in history will be the inaugural recipient of the International 3D Society's Harold Lloyd Award, honoring excellence in the art of 3D filmmaking.
If you walk into a theater, chances are the vast majority of its screening rooms do not have the capability to air a 3D movie, but if that theater happens to be owned by Regal Entertainment Group, that may soon change.
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.