3D recording digital binoculars? Sure, why not.
An Ultra High Definition or 4K display is a sight to behold, but don't let it pull the digital wool over your eyes.
Sony's updated $900 Personal 3D Viewer includes a welcome weight reduction and other improvements, and couldn't help but go heads-on.
Stream TV Networks showed off a new technology that transforms the unwieldy 3D-viewing experience into one that's more seamless — no 3D glasses required.
A couple of month's ago, Makerbot opened the first retail 3D printing store in the U.S., located in the hip confines of New York's lower Manhattan area. Now the company has taken another step towards popularizing 3D printing by unveiling a 3D photo booth.
Berlin, Germany — Scattered around the show floor here at the IFA electronics show are any number of glasses-free 3D HDTVs — and all of them pretty much suck. Why? One of many reasons is the lack of resolution.
Cool as Sony's Personal 3D viewer is, its major flaw is that it's really heavy. Sony listened, and this year's HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer is 20 percent lighter, which makes watching that virtual 150-inch display even more enjoyable.
Star Wars geeks, get your fancy 3D glasses shined up. Lucasfilm has announced release dates for the 3D versions of both Episode II and Episode III. The kicker: Episode III comes out only three weeks after Episode II hits theaters. Is that enough 3D for ya?
Aside from Hollywood producers, does anyone old enough to walk care about 3D anymore? Right now, 3D is an option (a pricey one) and not the default when you go to the movies. However, 3D could become the only way if theaters apply a glasses-free 3D filter on top of their existing projectors.
I'm no rocket scientist so it's hardly surprising that I hadn't heard of paradoxical gears. They aren't some crazy future tech invention apparently, but an elegant engineering solution that is seeing something of a comeback courtesy of the 3D printing craze.