3D Movie Technology is evolving into a major form of entertainment, both for movie theater fans and on DVD and Blu-ray discs for home theater enthusiasts.
We offer news, insight and tutorials to help you to better understand this technology.
3D technology is quickly becoming a standard feature on most flat screen televisions and gaming consoles.
This will undoubtedly drive the interest level for millions who enjoy home theater entertainment and video gaming.
While 3D effects have been around for more than 100 years, the technology has finally evolved to the point where it is practical for most movie applications--without the visual quality issues that have plagued 3D movies in the past.
The new 3D technology for home use can be as impressive as that found in movie theaters.
Join us as we explore this wonderful entertainment technology.
On February 19, 2013, a 3D version of the 1986 blockbuster movie Top Gun starring Tom Cruise as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell will be released for home theater viewing. The packaging claims that it is a Limited Edition, which generally mans … Continue reading
What is HDMI? HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface. The sole purpose for an HDMI cable is to transfer uncompressed digital video and audio signals through a single compact cord. HDMI is capable of transferring any type of video … Continue reading
The following are a few of the most common questions people ask when using HDMI cables. The sales guy at my local home electronics store says that if I don’t upgrade to new and expensive HDMI cables, I will not … Continue reading
It looks like the rumors about Avatar becoming available on Blu-ray 3D in December may be true, but it will not be as easy to get as it may appear. An article in TWICE reports that Panasonic will have an … Continue reading
There is a rumor that Toshiba is about to introduce new 3D viewing technology that does not require special glasses. Electronista reports that
Tru3D is offering a 3D upgrade kit for certain models of Samsung’s 3D-ready DLP (rear projection) HDTVs. This is good news for anyone who purchased these models, because they will not have to purchase a new HDTV in order to … Continue reading
It looks like Panasonic will be pushing 3D home movie technology for consumers. Panasonic is the first major digital camera manufacturer to announce not one but two models of consumer-grade 3D camcorders that will hit the markets before the end … Continue reading
Sony is once again taking the lead with their Sony PlayStation 3 gaming console with a planned firmware upgrade that will give the console the ability to play Blu-ray 3D™ discs. Sony announced that the firmware upgrade will be available … Continue reading
HDMI™ is an acronym that stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. An HDMI cable is the recommended interface cabling for use with HDTVs, Blu-ray players and other high definition home theater components. An HDMI cable is a single cable that combines … Continue reading
Nintendo demonstrated the Nintendo 3DS at the June 2010 E3 video game convention. The DS3 is a unique 3D hand-held game because you do not need to wear special glasses to view the 3D effects. All previous 3D gaming devices … Continue reading