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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

3D Sony PS3 games by 2010

According to NanoGeekTech3D, Sony will be pushing the boundaries of 3D to the mass public by the end of 2010. Sony is planning to releasing Bravia 3D LCD displays, Vaio 3D desktop and laptops and most importantly 3D Sony PS3 games.

Sony revealed its 3-D plans on the eve of IFA 2009 in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday.
Sony is jumping on the 3-D train early, capturing the latest entertainment trend fueled by a host of 3-D movies to hit theaters recently. Sony's 3-D push also comes as the number of 3-D movie screens explodes. Research from Screen Digest indicates that the number of 3-D movie screens worldwide will hit 7,000 by the end of 2009.

Sony said the 3-D-compatible Bravia LCD TV will use frame sequential display and active-shutter glass systems along with Sony's own high frame rate technology to reproduce full "High Definition 2" quality 3-D images. The televisions will be the centerpiece of Sony's 3-D dreams, the company said.

3D is making a serious charge into our homes and it's beginning in a movie theater near you. Sony has been teasing us with the prospect of 3D games since CES 2009 with an amazing 3D presentation of Wipeout HD.

Speaking at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, Sir Howard Stringer, Sony chief executive, will announce plans not only to sell 3D Bravia television sets, but to make Sony’s Vaio laptop computers, PlayStation3 games consoles and Blu-ray disc players compatible with the technology.

Did firmware 3.0 have any secret 3D upgrade?



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