As I just let you know in the other news article, Sony’s CES 2010 presentation revealed some really interesting news bits. Not only is Sony expanding the PSN to other devices, but they have confirmed their full support for 3D movies and games. The best news of all is that the PS3 will be receiving a firmware update to allows 3D gaming and 3D Blu-ray movie watching. In order to watch a 3D movie or play a 3D-enabled game, you must have one of the new 3D HDTVs hitting the market later this year and a pair of 3D glasses.
Whether or not this catches on remains to be seen, but CES 2010 is proving one thing to all of us here at COE, everyone and their mother is jumping onto the 3D bandwagon. Microsoft, Toshiba, Sharp, Panasonic, Sony and virtually everyone else has confirmed their support for 3D. From new 3D-enabled HDTVs to transmitters and 3D glasses. CES 2010 is clearly the stepping stone for 3D support.
Are you interested in 3D movies, and gaming in 3D? Keep in mind I’m talking 3D images coming out of the screen via 3D glasses, not three dimension gameplay ;)