September 6, 2010

Tennis Goes 3D on DirectTV


DirectTV delivered 3D baseball, golf and NASCAR to avid sports fans and now it has added tennis to the mix. The U.S. Open is being shown on their exclusive N3D channel 103 beginning Sept. 4 and runs through the final rounds this coming weekend. In addition, more than 550 hours of live tennis will be offered to subscribers.

Via DirectTV

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September 2, 2010

Zeiss 3D Cinemizer Glasses


Can't wait to play 3D games on your HDTV? Carl Zeiss' Cinemizer video glasses have a 16:9 format OLED screen qith a 640x480 pixel resolution. A small external box helps covert content from game consoles, as well as Blu-ray players, laptops, smartphones and MP3 players. With about 4 hours of battery life, charge via USB. The Cinemizer carries a $389.95 MSRP.

Via Zeiss

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August 31, 2010

Roxio Goes 3D


Roxio has two new software bundles designed to manage, edit, convert and share content. Creator 2011 will run you about $100 with 3D as the result while Pro 2011 lets you play with Blu-ray for ~$130. Either way, you can preorder now for fun with your new found creativity mid-September.

Via Roxio

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August 20, 2010

LG Projector, Hong Kong Sex in 3D


3D continues to make news and original products. LG has two new projectors, the BX327 at a price of around $837.00 and the BX327 for ~$1090.00. Both include shutter-type glasses and include a 2,300:1 contrast ratio, stereo speakers and USB jack. Perhaps at that next business conference, it can be pepped up with the supposedly first IMAX-3-D erotic film "3-D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" made in Hong Kong.

Via LG 3D Projectors (translated)

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August 19, 2010

Titanic to Crash Again in 3D


Just as the glut of 3D movies continues to reign the screen (Piranha 3D, Step Up 3D) for the gimmick as well as the extra fee tacked on to ticket prices, James Cameron announced that one of the top chick flicks ever made, Titanic, will be re-released in that format. Geez Leo, thinking of you as king of the world that close makes us throw up in our mouths a little. It should be released next year to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the launch of the ship.

Via Business Insider

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August 13, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Samsung Bargain 3D HDTV


Samsung has gone below the $1000 3D price barrier with their PN50C490 HDTV. The 50" plasma screen has a 720p resolution (1365x768,) a viewing distance of up to 10 feet and of course handles your basic 2D. Features include Mega Dynamic Contrast and ConnectShare for movie viewing. Pre-order now before the 3D frenzy hits.

Via Samsung HDTV

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August 6, 2010

DXG 3D Camcorder/Display


DXG has released a package that promises 3D without the glasses. Two lenses work with a 3 MP image sensor to record slightly different images which create an anaglyph-a 3D video. It comes with a 3.2" LCD for playback but video recorded can also be viewed on a 3D TV. Both camcorder and viewer will start you off on the 3D path for $599.95.

Via Hammacher Schlemmer

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July 21, 2010

Marchon To Create Designer 3D Sunglasses


Marchon will soon be manufacturing a better grade of 3D glasses. The eyeware will feature circular polarized lenses that are compatible with RealD-enabled theaters as well as passive TVs, monitors and almost any other electronics equipment. They can also be used as sunglasses and will block 100% UVA and UVB rays in case the event is held beachside.

Via Marchon

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July 20, 2010

LG Offers 3D Blu-ray Bundles


It is LG's turn to release a 3D bundle. Purchase a 47" or 55" 3D ready HDTV and the BX580 Blu-ray player and the company will thrown in 2 free pairs of AG-S100 active shutter glasses and a coupon good for the IMAX 3D disc 'Under the Sea.' The promotion is good until July 28 when you purchase through Amazon and will save you up to $1,000, depending on which one you choose.

Via LG 3D Bundles

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July 8, 2010

Captain EO Returns to Disneyland Tokyo


Many years ago, one of our first exposures to 3D came in the form of "Captain EO," a musical short with Michael Jackson which was shown at Disneyland. We were so in awe that we re-screened it about 6 times by, instead of leaving with everyone else, hanging back and pretending we were with the next group. We finally found the perfect position to view the short and reluctantly left the building. Now Disneyland Toyko has reopened the attraction temporarily after 14 years as a tribute to the fallen star. There's some symmetry in that.

P.S. Row 11, center seat.

Via Fareast Gizmos

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