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Sony and RealD to bring 3D into homes

RealD 3D tech comes home

| 3D News | Posted: Dec 18, 2009 12:47 pm

The biggest news this week was that the 3D Blu-ray specifications were finalized. Along with that finalization, we learned that the PS3 would support 3D Blu-ray. If you have seen a 3D film in the theaters in recent months, it was likely powered by RealD 3D technology.

 

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Sony and RealD announced this week that they were teaming up to integrate RealD stereoscopic 3D technology into Sony consumer products in 2010. The tech will be integrated into Bravia TVs and eyewear to support 3D in homes.

 

I wonder if the RealD tech will be used in the PS3 update for 3D Blu-ray. This 3D tech will be a big deal in 2010 as more and more people looked to upgrade. I hope that broadcasters start to pick up 3D content as well.

 

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