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Who’s Watching The World Cup In 3D?

Who’s Watching The World Cup In 3D?

The team at Popular Science conducted a little home experiment to find out if people were really enjoying the 3D experience, with all the recent hoopla over 3D TV. Reporter Nicole Dyer invited a bunch of her friends over to watch the World Cup in 3D. Here’s what she’s reporting.

By On July 3, 2010 Respond
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Everything To Know About This World Cup’s Annoying Vuvuzela Horns

Everything To Know About This World Cup’s Annoying Vuvuzela Horns

The constant annoying drones of the Vuvuzelas have become a hallmark of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Trevor Cox, president of the UK Institute of Acoustics, has explained to New Scientist everything you need to know about these darn horns. How do vuvuzelas make their sound? The vuvuzela is like a straightened trumpet […]

By On June 15, 2010 Respond
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Microsoft Has New 3D Display That Works Without Glasses

Microsoft Has New 3D Display That Works Without Glasses

Microsoft’s Applied Sciences group has just announced a new lens they’ve developed that allows you to watch 3D TV without bothering with those dorky glasses. This development will also lead to a reduction in the price of 3D HDTVs, which would further speed up their adoption.

By On June 13, 2010 4 Responses
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Watch The World Cup In 3D: Here’s Where And What You Need

Watch The World Cup In 3D: Here’s Where And What You Need

How awesome would it be if you could watch World Cup matches in 3D? The World Cup, which starts tomorrow, is the perfect event for this kind of mass cultural technology demo: It’s global, buzzy, and sports are among the most potent demonstrations of how compelling 3D can be in the living room. When Panasonic […]

By On June 10, 2010 Respond
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