3D

  • Review: LG Optimus 3D SmartPhone

    When it comes to televisions, consumers have been less than enthusiastic in embracing 3D, that hasn’t stopped LG from creating a 3D SmartPhone. The 4.3” device has dual-cameras for taking 3D photos and video and a glasses-free 3D screen to display them. Powered by dual-core processer and running Android...
  • Forget active-shutter, how about active-eyelid 3D ?

    One of the more unique approaches to the 3D glasses problem is to use your eyelids as active shutters. Most 3DTV’s work by presenting an image to each eye while the other is blocked, this happens so fast that your brain interprets it as a single image with much...
  • Samsung misses the point, makes light 3D glasses

    Samsung have just released press shots of these new ‘light’ weight’ 3D glasses. On a new Japanese website samsungtomorrow.com they claim the glasses are the lightest ever 3D glasses. Thanks to the magic of Bing Translator, English speaking individuals can read the news as well. Made by luxury glasses...
  • 3D Broadcast coming to Australia 2011 from Foxtel

    One of the big problems with buying a new 3D television is where to find content. Sure the 3D Blu-ray format was just formalised, but expect it to be a while before they start hitting our shelves. Well Foxtel is leading the way in 3D content, announcing their intentions...
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