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MTBS3D RT @tomshardware: Oculus Connect: The Future, And AMD Vs. NVIDIA - http://t.co/tldYdM0ogj
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MTBS3D RT @official_ita3d: http://t.co/N90bdi52yp has a great interview with Palmer Luckey from #OculusConnect! #Oculus #VR http://t.co/tB0ikDe07k
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MTBS3D MTBS has a great interview from #OculusConnect with our friend, Palmer Luckey! #VR #Oculus #PalmerLuckey http://t.co/BFskUzBS9w
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MTBS3D MTBS has a great interview from #OculusConnect with our friend, @PalmerLuckey! #VR #Oculus http://t.co/y45vFawXL5 http://t.co/biP7t88V3T
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MTBS3D More Samsung Gear VR Software Screencaps. #Oculus #OculusConnect #GearVR http://t.co/heTymgFEJT
MTBS3D Samsung Gear VR Software Screencaps. #Oculus #OculusConnect #GearVR http://t.co/4locnoEi3p
MTBS3D RT @JoshuaFarkas: Palmer celebrates his birthday, after eating a chocolate DK2! http://t.co/JhKTwhUQQQ
MTBS3D RT @VRFocus: John Carmack Would be 'shocked' if VR Isn't 'wildly popular' in 5 Years - http://t.co/IKWuKEE7A6
MTBS3D RT @NextVR_app: #CrescentBay 360 positional tracking, #GearVR sized screen! Presence is better. Demo content is VERY cool but no stereo 360…
MTBS3D RT @SebKuntz: Btw I tested Samsung's Gear VR and it really works. Indeed mobility is a big plus. Lack of position tracking and 3d interacti…
MTBS3D RT @cybereality: Crescent Bay is quite literally the most amazing thing I've ever seen. And I've seen some things in my life.
MTBS3D RT @kentbye: I just got to try Crescent Bay @Oculus #VR prototype headset & I've seen the future. No screen door. 360degree tracking. Incre…
MTBS3D RT @oculus: #OculusConnect keynote stream with @ID_AA_Carmack is now live! http://t.co/sfOzJvFOHx

Infographic: the Future of 3D in Your Home and Media

Infographic: the Future of 3D in Your Home and Media

By David Murphy

The question isn't new, but we'll ask it anyway: Is 3D a fad or a fixture? For the one-fourth of you who can't view the third dimension in television, movies, and games without getting a headache, you're probably hoping that manufacturers' (and directors') big interest in 3D technology goes the way of the Virtual Boy.

Unfortunately (for you), the most recent statistics from NPD indicate that 6.6 million 3D LCD televisions shipped in the third quarter of this year–a 27 percent increase from shipments in the second quarter, and just the beginning of a 30 percent increase in shipments that NPD analysts are expecting to see in fourth-quarter 3D TV sales.

Read the whole story here.