Posts Tagged: "3-D"

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TV Eyes 3-D Glasses Review

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Back when I was a kid, I used to read a lot of comic books. Even the ads were fun — catalogs advertised crazy stuff like the “Hypno” coin and “X-ray” glasses and cardboard “tanks” you could buy. I didn’t have the money then, which probably was just as well....

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Samsung’s 3-D Starter Package For Free!

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Well, sort of.  For the time being, Samsung will give you their 3-D Starter Package for free if you buy a Samsung 3-D HDTV and 3-D Blu-Ray Player.  No telling how much that’ll cost exactly but the Starter Package does seem like a great deal when compared to going the...

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Sony Japan Active Shutter 3D TV Glasses And Infrared Emitter

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I think it’s safe to presume that you’re going to spend a significant amount of loot totally converting to 3-D TV and Blu-Ray.  Word from Sony Japan is that they’ve priced the TDG-BR100 and TDG-BR50 Active Shutter 3-D Glasses at $133 a piece. You are also going to need the...

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PS3 To Get 3-D Firmware Updates This Summer

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This summer…to coincide the release of Sony’s new 3D BRAVIA LCD sets, the PS3 will receive updates that will make it a fully functioning stereoscopic 3D gaming console in addition to a 3-D capable Blu-Ray player.  So are we fully ready to embrace 3-D into our homes and lives? Having...

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3M’s New Polymer Film Makes Portable Gadgets 3-D

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So 3M, those great innovators, have come up with a way to get you to watch 3-D on your mobile device of choice, but without the glasses entirely.  Check THIS out:  they’ve developed this optical film (that you can apply to any gadget’s backlight system) that uses two alternating rows...

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Sony Playstation 3….D?

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Now THIS could shake some stuff up, no mistake. Okay, so everyone pretty much knows by now that Sony’s dead last in the console wars, right?  The Xbox 360 has games that the PS3 will never see in a million years and the Wii is so singularly outrageous that anything...