3D

CEA Pushes To Standardize 3D Glasses

Good news everyone: For those of you that hate the fact that each brand of 3D TV comes with its own set of glasses, the Consumer Electronic Association (CEA) is trying to standardize frames among all brands.

According to TG Daily, the U.S. trade organization that oversees the electronic industry is trying to get companies to allow …

Shiny but Unspectacular: “Killzone 3″ Review

Killzone 3
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: Guerilla Games
Systems it’s available on: PS3
ESRB rating: Mature
System reviewed on: PS3

Pity poor Killzone. The FPS franchise that’s lived on two iterations of Sony’s PlayStation game machines always gets compared to other exemplary franchises. The first Killzone was …

Does 3D Work?

The debate whether 3D technology is necessary has basically boiled down to one question: Does the technology even work? Leading the anti 3D group has been Roger Ebert. Vehemently against the technology, he’s posted time and time again his reasons to why he doesn’t believe it’s worth our time and money. In his post “Why I Hate 3-D (And …

Hands-On: The Best Game on the Nintendo 3DS May Surprise You

When Nintendo recently announced details on the American launch of the 3DS, they let folks play samples of the upcoming system’s titles. I had a chance to try out a number of games and came away with impressions on both the games and the 3DS itself.

Working on the assumption that the 3DS models on hand were near-final production …

Ubisoft CEO: 50 Percent of Games in 2012 Will Be 3D

Get ready to strain your eyes: Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says that half of the games released in 2012 will be in 3D. The CEO also predicted that 15 to 20 percent of titles this year will feature the 3D technology. Goodbye traditional graphics; hello realistic gameplay

“We can count on substantial grown in the 3D market just because …

Consumer Electronics Show: 11 Tech Trends for 2011

The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show has officially drawn to a close. The biggest tech show around, CES covers over 3 million square feet of floor space and draws over 100,000 industry insiders to Las Vegas in early January every year to set the tone for what we can expect to see from the world of technology in the not-too-distant future. …

CES: How Toshiba’s Glasses-Free 3D Laptop Works

Toshiba’s leading the charge into glasses-free 3D. The company is showcasing both glasses-free 3D TVs and laptops here at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and while true glasses-free 3D TV is still more than a year from hitting the market, the glasses-free 3D laptops will be available later this year.

I’m still not sold …

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