ExclusiveSony Pictures is to stop paying for cinemas to provide 3D glasses starting in May 2012.
Dolby Laboratories have launched low cost 3D glasses for kids, that should lower the cost of equipment for cinemas.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is calling for standardisation among 3D TV manufacturers as the wide array of different types of 3D glasses on offer to accompany 3D TVs continues to confuse consumers.
Next year's Consumer Electronics Fair is just around the corner, with 3D TV manufacturer LG revealing this week that it intends to launch a new range of designer 3D specs.
The latest 3D blockbuster got the royal seal of approval this week, as Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip attended the world premiere of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
Sunglasses brand Oakley has launched its first pair of 3D-ready glasses for those that want to stand out when they pay a visit to their local multiplex.
Monster has announced what it is calling the world's first universal 3D eyewear "shutter system" – claiming it will work with all brands of 3D televisions.
One problem many people have with 3D movies is the fact that they don't like wearing the cheap 3D specs currently dished out at the cinema.