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If you own a 55-inch 3DTV, chances are you've invested in at least a cheap soundbar to match the power of the picture. You basically have to because the built-in sound on the thing is horrendous. The new 55-inch JVC Black Saphire 3DTV is more than twice as powerful as comprable TVs, and from what we just heard in a hotel room in New York, you might not need that soundbar anymore.


The 3D feed of the Olympics is the most ambitious 3D broadcast in history. It employs 50 3D camera rigs, manned by 80 souls who are split into three teams, which scurry around London from event to event. Obviously, it's incredible to watch, but is it enough to make the effort and cost of watching in 3D worth it?


The Nintendo 3DS is pretty great. A solid enough 3D screen with no goofy glasses. We need more stuff like that if 3D is going to take over our living room. And MIT agrees, but they think they got an even better way to push out glasses-free 3D.


If there was one clear message from Sony's press event at CES today, it was that they love them some 3D. But what was most exciting was some of the prototype devices they were showing off on their stand, including a 24.5-inch OLED 3D screen that doesn't require glasses.


I have to admit that even though I'm not overly fussed on the whole concept of 3D in the home, I'd still like to win Sony's 3D home promotion. They're offering one family in Australia the chance to host a Sony-themed house party, where they'll kit your house out with the latest Sony 3D gear, invite celebrities and Sony Music artists to perform in your back yard and pretty much leave your house completely 3D'd.