If you are one of that rare breed of AV fanatics that has both a 3D TV and a selection of 3D Blu-rays, Microsoft's next update for the Xbox One is just for you. The next firmware update for the console will bring with it support for 3D Blu-ray playback, potentially removing the need for one more box under your telly.
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That was it. That was 3DTV's best chance. ESPN just decided to discontinue its push for 3DTV sporting events, deciding its time would be better spent focusing on traditional high resolution broadcasts and Tim Tebow daguerreotypes. And that, in a nutshell, effectively kills 3DTV's chances of ever going mainstream.
CES 2013: The year UltraHD turned into the pipe dream of the future to the present reality you can't afford. Now that UHD TVs are about to hit the market, manufacturers are of course showing off 4K concepts, like this glasses-free 3D 4K panel from Stream TV Networks, which you will be able to drool and dream about but never ever buy.
LG just made the first curved 3D OLED screen. I just saw a crazy setup of three 55-inch beauties aligned side-by-side into a perfect cinematic curve. The effect is very dramatic. This could be the whole reason 3D and curved OLED exist.
Dropping four grand on a high-end television simply isn't possible for most households. Does that mean you should suffer with some $500 off-brand Fony set. No way. As Panasonic's second-best option in plasma reminds us that even if you can't get the VT50 you want, you can still go for the ST50 you need.
Looks like Channel 9's mooted 3D Olympics channel will be happening -- but not across the entire nation. The Australian Communications and Media Authority has given approval for Channel 9 to broadcast the Olympics in 3D in Adelaide, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
One of the issues hindering the widespread adoption of 3D is the relative lack of content available. So Acer's new 27-inch display takes matters into its own hands by automatically converting 2D content to 3D in real time.
Last week, LG announced it'd shortly be advertising its 3D TVs as Australia's preferred brand. Its competitors were never likely to be all that happy with that result, and rather predictably, Sony's threatening legal action.