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LG PW350 Plasma 3DTVs Now Shipping in 42- and 50-Inch Variants

LG has just come forth to let us know that their PW350 line up of 3D plasma TVs are now shipping in both 42- and 50-inch variants. Both televisions feature active-shutter 3D technology, 2D to 3D conversion, a 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio, a TruSlim frame, 600Hz sub-field driving and LG’s Smart Energy Saving technology alongside, quite obviously, a full 1080p HD resolution. read more…

Planar SD2421W Dual-LCD Professional 3D Monitor Now Available

It was just made known that the Planar SD2421W professional passive 3D monitor is now available from select retailers for about $8,700. This monitor features some hefty specs including a 1920 x 1200 resolution, dual-LCD monitors with Planar’s StereoMirror technology, 256 monotonic gray levels and 2D to 3D conversion technology. read more…

Toshiba begins selling the first glasses-free 3D TVs in Japan

3D TVs come with a few drawbacks: mainly, you need expensive glasses to enjoy the 3D image, but now, Toshiba has put the first 3D TV that doesn’t require glasses, however, it’s only on sale in Japan. read more…

LG PZ550 50- and 60-inch 3DTVs Now Available Starting at $1,299

As you’re sure to know just about every movie hitting the theaters comes in 3D. This may be something you love or hate but from the looks of it 3D display technology doesn’t look to be going anywhere anytime soon especially with the forthcoming release of mainstream devices like the Nintendo 3DS. read more…

Oppo BDP-95 Blu-ray Player Now Available For Pre-Order

Oppo has just come forth to announce today that they BDP-95 Blu-ray player is now available for pre-order. Priced at $999 with an expected release date of early March.

The BDP-95 is a Blu-ray player aimed toward the audio concious with a SABRE 32-bit DAC, improved analog audio performance and a toroidal power supply. read more…

The First ever network broadcast in 3D: The 1989 Super Bowl Halftime Show

Now that 3D is starting to make headway in the world of HDTVs, I thought we should appropriately go back to “the first ever network broadcast in 3D”, according to Bob Costas.

It is appropriate, because it was done 22 years ago at Super Bowl 1989. read more…

Armani Exchange now has some 3D glasses

The only other time that we have talked about Armani on this blog is when we discussed the Samsung Armani/PAVV Full HD TV.

Since 3D is about as big as…something big, I guess. The 3DV 001 AX has a “a crystal gray plastic front and sleek shiny black metal temples”. read more…

Panasonic 2011 HDTVs shown off in Japan

I’m sure that Panasonic had a lot of TV’s to show off at CES 2011, and I have no idea if we covered them all.

Fortunately, we have learned that the company has been showing off the 3D capable VT3, Gt3, and ST3 generation plasmas, as well as DT3 LCDs. read more…

LG G-Slate Android Honeycomb Tablet Gets Announced – Includes 3D Display

If you’ve been following the mobile gadget world at all you’ll probably know that tablets are arguably the next big thing. Ushered in by the iPad, hardware manufacturers across the board have been debuting their own competitiors looking to get a piece of the pie. read more…

Rad Racer 3D Glasses for sale on eBay

I have been seeing a lot of 3D glasses show up, and many of them are the electric kind.

These are what my Source is calling Rad Racer 3D glasses. They are nothing more than the usual red and blue analog, really. read more…

Nintendo 3DS release set for March 27, at $250


Nintendo has finally revealed all the details regarding its upcoming 3D handheld console, the 3DS. The 3DS will launch on March 27 in North America and March 25 in Europe, at $250 USD and 250 Euro, respectively. read more…

Sanwa Releases Universal 3D Glasses in Japan

3D displays are getting a great deal of buzz but due to the premium price tag mass market adoption has yet to take place. Aside from the price, a major gripe regarding 3D displays is the fact that you need to wear 3D glasses in order to actually view the content. read more…

Man discovers new 3D technique


A french man by the name of Francois Vogel has unlocked the secret for 3D viewing without glasses. Check you his demonstration above. Of course, as with all new, groundbreaking technology, it’s not entirely pain-free. read more…

Mediaset in Italy get 3D content over a terrestrial connection

The other day, we reported that Tokyo is going to produce the first 3D TV show with Tokyo Central.

It would appear that as far as 3D content is concerned, it would appear that Italy is getting 50 3D titles on Mediaset’s 3VOD service. read more…

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