3D TV Is Dead. Will Glasses-Free 3D Resurrect It?

3D TV Is Dead. Will Glasses-Free 3D Resurrect It?

Three years ago at CES 2011, glasses-free 3D prototypes were everywhere (though they were incredibly underwheliming). It was supposed to be the holy grail that would finally make it worthwhile to have a 3D TV at home. Since then, others have declared that 3D TV is dead. Some manufacturers blame the glasses for 3D’s demise and are still hoping that glasses-free can breathe new life into the format. [More]

Movie Theaters May Start Charging For 3-D Glasses

Movie Theaters May Start Charging For 3-D Glasses

In case you thought that part of that higher ticket price you pay for seeing a 3-D movie goes to pay for the glasses required to see the often poorly done, post-production 3-D effects, you’re mistaken. It’s the studios behind these big-budget cash-ins that have been footing the bill, but that could all change in the next year. [More]

VIDEO: How Consumer Reports Tests 3D TVs

VIDEO: How Consumer Reports Tests 3D TVs

Since 3D TVs are still a new and developing consumer technology, the testers at Consumer Reports have had to develop new ways to put the figure out which of these sets — if any — are worth recommending. [More]

Are The Glasses A Dealbreaker For Buying 3D TVs?

Are The Glasses A Dealbreaker For Buying 3D TVs?

Whether or not it will last, 3D is still a growing trend at the movies and with TV manufacturers. However, a new survey shows that most people won’t buy a 3D TV just because they have to wear the required glasses. [More]