3D
Movies & TV

More 3D Star Wars re-releases scheduled for next year

Two new Star Wars movies are coming in 2013, but you probably shouldn't get too excited just yet.
Cool Tech

Forget ultrasound photos – now you can get a 3D model of your unborn baby to show friends

Aren't ultrasound photos of unborn babies just a bit old hat now? A clinic in Japan clearly thinks so, as it has just started a new service offering expectant mothers a 3D model of the fetus instead.
Home Theater

Led by families, interest in 3D is plummeting among U.S. consumers

As the cost of viewing a film in 3D continues to rise within the United States, cost-conscious consumers are passing up the glasses when they visit their local theater.
Home Theater

Sharp unveils the enormous 90-inch AQUOS LED

Expanding both the size and price of the largest HDTV in the AQUOS line, Sharp's new 90-inch television is likely out of reach for the majority of American consumers.
Movies & TV

G.I. Joe: Retaliation massively delayed ‘to add 3D,’ Paramount claims

Hopefully you weren't too anxious to see G.I. Joe: Retaliation this year, as the movie has been delayed until March of 2013.
Home Theater

3D simply isn’t motivating consumers to buy new televisions

As consumers in the U.S. are debating over several features when buying a new television, 3D technology is receiving a somewhat tepid response from TV shoppers.
Home Theater

Google adds 3D option to 1080p YouTube videos

As 3D video slowly continues to seep into consumer's lives both on television and the Web, Google is pushing out a new 3D feature for users that upload high definition video.
Home Theater

DirecTV begins working on broadcasting Ultra HDTV signals

As many consumers around the world are still debating over upgrading their television sets to 3D, service providers and television manufacturers are already moving on to Ultra HD resolution.
Home Theater

Will the Toshiba ZL2 55-inch, glasses-free 3D television save 3D TV?

Toshiba has announced its glasses-free 3D TV, the 55ZL2, will go on sale in the UK on 12 March for £6999. With a 4K resolution and no need for glasses to view 3D content, could it be the savior of 3D at home?
Android Army

Will 3D phones ever catch on? First impressions of the LG Optimus 3D Max

LG will take another crack at a glasses-free 3D phone with the Optimus 3D Max, which brings a brighter screen, faster processor and thinner profile.
Home Theater

The 2012 London Olympics is 3D TVs’ big opportunity

The forthcoming Summer Olympics could give 3D TV sales the boost they so desperately need.