South Africa Stadiums in 3D

South Africa Stadiums in 3D

Like the rest of the world, Google Earth has its attention turned to the World Cup this week. The result: an amped-up 3D tour of every single stadium that will host the tournament’s games.

By On June 9, 2010 2 Responses
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Sony NEX-5 review

Sony NEX-5 review

It’s a new camera by Sony with 8-55mm w/lens hood or 16mm lens,Flash,Body cap,Lens caps,Lithium-ion battery,Battery charger,USB cable,Shoulder strap and many more….

By On June 8, 2010 14 Responses
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Sony Introducing 3D Alpha Camera

Sony Introducing 3D Alpha Camera

Sony’s new Alpha series of interchangeable lens compact cameras are now compatible with NVIDIA’s 3D image processing software (3D Vision Photo Viewer). This Alpha snappers follow Fujifilm’s lead into the 3D arena for the amateur photographer, and will work in conjunction with with NVidia’s 3D Vision Photo Viewer. Amateur 3D photography While much of the […]

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Toshiba showcased an LCD panel for Converting 2D Picture to 3D

Toshiba showcased an LCD panel for Converting 2D Picture to 3D

Toshiba recently showcased an LCD panel capable of partially converting 2D pictures to 3D images that can be viewed by the naked eye.

By On June 5, 2010 1 Response
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Now James Cameron’s Titanic goes 3D

Now James Cameron’s Titanic goes 3D

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking, and to line James Cameron’s unendingly deep pockets with even more gold, Kate Winslet and Leonardo Dicaprio will be getting the royal 3D treatment.

By On June 4, 2010 13 Responses
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PlayStation 3′s 3D updates

PlayStation 3′s 3D updates

Updates of PlayStation 3 coming in june 10th to Japan..

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Walk in 3D World with MSI

Walk in 3D World with MSI

MSI, the global leading brand in All-in-One PC, a constant innovator and identifier of emerging fashion trends, will be on hand at Computex TAIPEI beginning June 1, 2010.

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Look At The World’s biggest 3DTV with UHD resolution

Look At The World’s biggest 3DTV with UHD resolution

LG Display will showcase a 47-inch 3D TV LCD product for use with polarized glasses that dramatically reduces crosstalk to less than 1 percent, a level that is nearly imperceptible to the viewer. Additionally, the company will exhibit the world’s largest 84-inch UHD (ultra high definition) 3D panel with 3840X2160 resolutions, four times the resolution […]

By On May 25, 2010 1 Response
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Shrek Forever After proves that all 3D can’t fulfill the Expectation

Shrek Forever After proves that all 3D can’t fulfill the Expectation

Shrek Forever After still proves that all 3D movies turns to gold because it doesn’t shatter the charts as strongly as many expectation.

By On May 25, 2010 Respond
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ASUS announced the Largest 3D monitor

ASUS announced the Largest 3D monitor

ASUS’ PG276 is the largest 3D monitor so far that have been announced—measuring 27-inches, it’s also joined by a 23-inch version, the VG236H. Both require NVIDIA’s active glasses, due to the 3D being stereoscopic.

By On May 20, 2010 1 Response
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Fujitsu’s 3D PC Has Two Cameras For 3D Video Chat

Fujitsu’s 3D PC Has Two Cameras For 3D Video Chat

It’s certain to become Fujitsu’s flagship PC this year (at least in Japan), and while full specifications haven’t been released yet, what we do know about this all-in-one is that it requires passive glasses, and has dual cameras for capturing 3D video. While only a Japan release has been mentioned so far, we can probably […]

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Sharp Releasing 3D-Shooting Cell Phone Camera Next Year

Sharp Releasing 3D-Shooting Cell Phone Camera Next Year

As early as next year, you might be able to turn your cell phone into a 3D-shooting mini film studio, according to a recent announcement by Sharp. The company today unveiled a mobile-phone 3-D camera capable of shooting in high definition. The module captures 720p stereoscopic (two-eyed) video and is only about two inches wide. […]

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Samsung’s 3D Glasses Worn Upside Down Works With Any 3DTV

Samsung’s 3D Glasses Worn Upside Down Works With Any 3DTV

3DTV has faced criticism from consumers due to the fact that glasses from one manufacturer is incompatible with a 3DTV from another manufacturer. Now Samsung has revealed that their 3D glasses will work on any 3DTV, provided you wear the glasses upside down. A look at the man in the photo suggests this will make […]

By On May 4, 2010 5 Responses
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The Awesome Future Of Home Entertainment: 3D, WindowWalls & More

The Awesome Future Of Home Entertainment: 3D, WindowWalls & More

Television is a medium that is evolving at a rapid pace these days. Companies are coming out with bigger and slimmer TV screens and immersive, customizable viewing experiences with Internet connectivity, widgets, and apps; and broadcasters are looking at ways to move beyond high-definition. Some of the new technologies that’s just hitting the market should […]

By On April 17, 2010 6 Responses
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Hitachi Developing Glasses-Free 3D LCD TV

Hitachi Developing Glasses-Free 3D LCD TV

Electronics maker Hitachi is currently developing a technology to make glasses-free 3D LCD TVs using Sharp’s parallax barrier technology (supposedly used in the Nintendo 3DS and that mysterious StreamTV panel). Last year at CEATEC Hitachi showed off a 10-inch prototype with a VGA screen, which used 16 projectors to create the glasses-less 3D, which is […]

By On April 13, 2010 7 Responses
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