Don't want another Clash of the Titans fiasco? Then it's time to introduce a better 'quality stamp' on 3D film.
3D gaming is set to become a major focus for games publishers and developers in 2010, with a new conference announced to focus on business and issues surrounding the emerging tech.
While many in the TV industry remain on the fence regarding the 3D TV 'revolution' it looks like the major telly manufacturers are all set to unveil new 3D TV product line-ups at CES early next month, with LG already announcing some ambitious targets for 3D in 2010.
3M is developing a new optical film that lets you view full stereoscopic 3D images on a mobile phone or mobile device, without the need for 3D specs.
Fancy getting yourself a certificate in three-dimensional awesomeness? Well, now you can courtesy of the University of Southern California.
ExclusiveFollowing on from this week's news that the UK is set to get 3D TV 'within two years', TechRadar spoke to Marie Bloomfield, an analyst at Screen Digest, about her thoughts on 3DTV.
Blitz Games Studios unveils its proprietary technology for developing 'stereoscopic 3D games' for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at this week's 3D Entertainment Summit in Los Angeles.