The Daily Dose

Monday, May 10, 2010

Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the web:

Updating David Lynch’s Dune: Uber-fan Sasha Burrow is working on an updating the FX of 1984 classic Dune, and now, he’s asking for help.

“Although I am currently working on this by Myself, it’s a large undertaking and if there is anyone interested in helping

Odd Todd & the Merits of 3D Porn

The age of 3D is upon us, and though we certainly aren’t ignoring the simple pleasures of polarized technologies, we still have yet to fully embrace the change. That, and 3D TVs are still crazy expensive. Over at Time.com, Odd Todd explains the 3D process but more importantly, gives us a glimpse of exactly what it’s going to take for 3D …

The Daily Dose

Thursday, Mar. 25, 2010

Today in Techland: We brought you the results from part one of our Monster Madness Sweet Sixteen match ups. Who owned the gaming/comic world? Click to find out. Meanwhile, we’ve got all things Peter Molyneux, Harry Potter theme park news, and the continuing awesomeness of Blade Runner. Happy Thursday!


Would You Read Books In 3D?

2010 is the year of 3D.

If you didn’t already know this about 2010 then you’re in complete denial like I am. Everything from movies, TVs and video games will be moving to the third dimension and now books could very well be on their way, too.

Researchers at South Korea’s Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology have been …

Spider-Man 4 Set For 3D: Hope It Was Worth It

Sony reportedly gutted the Spider-Man franchise of its talent, and scrapped its 2011 release, to further the 3D evolution of film. Rumors said that Raimi didn’t know what to do, or perhaps just didn’t care, about the up-convesion of his fourth Spider-Man. So now Sony’s gone out on a limb with a full reboot, all in hopes of tapping some …

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