3DRadar set to launch in early June

3D Radar - brinigng the best that Future has to offer in the world of 3D
3D Radar - brinigng the best that Future has to offer in the world of 3D

It doesn't take a pair of stereoscopic glasses to see that 3D is the next big thing, which is why Future Publishing is launching a single online source for all the hottest 3D news, views and reviews at 3DRadar.co.uk .

Dealing with all things 3D and aggregating content by some of the biggest names in magazines and online including T3, Total Film, Home Cinema Choice and What Satellite, as well as all the 3D news and features from TechRadar, 3DRadar will be launching in early June.

AV giant Panasonic will serve as the launch partner for the project, which is headed up by Steve May – Editor in Chief of Future's Consumer Electronics portfolio.


"We're delighted to be working with Future on this important project," said Panasonic's general manager of communications, John Dixon.

"3D is an epoch making technology which is going to change the way we view TV forever.

"Panasonic leads the industry in the 3D process end to end, from image capture to display on our award winning 3D TVs.

"Future's engagement with home entertainment fans creates a perfect partnership to communicate this new technology."

Film, gaming and tech

Pat Eggington, Group Publisher of Future's consumer electronics portfolio, added: "Future already creates a wealth of content about 3D across multiple websites and 3DRadar allows us to bring our consumer electronics, film and gaming coverage together with all-new editorial from Steve May and his team to create Europe's largest 3D resource.

"This is an appealing site for both enthusiasts hungry for knowledge, and commercial partners with products to sell.

"With key brands now launching their 3D TV ranges, new 3D content announced daily and consumer interest growing, the time was right to launch 3DRadar."

You can check out the site when it launches at http://www.3DRadar.co.uk.

Patrick Goss

Patrick Goss is the ex-Editor in Chief of TechRadar. Patrick was a passionate and experienced journalist, and he has been lucky enough to work on some of the finest online properties on the planet, building audiences everywhere and establishing himself at the forefront of digital content.  After a long stint as the boss at TechRadar, Patrick has now moved on to a role with Apple, where he is the Managing Editor for the App Store in the UK.