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Why Your Next TV Should Be A 3D TV

Why Your Next TV Should Be A 3D TV

After watching Hugo in 3D, I am now convinced that this technology has staying power.

By Tim Bajarin

I have been dealing with 3D projects related to movies and TV for about five years and the CEO of RealD has sat on my CES panels twice. I am always impressed by the company's work with Hollywood, but to be honest, I have personally been on the fence when it comes to adopting 3D for my own use.

I have felt that 3D is somewhat of a gimmick and in the pantheon of 3D movies, it is not necessarily germane to the actual plot. The only films I've seen that really seemed to benefit from 3D were Hubble 3D and Space Station 3D at IMAX theatres and various movies about deep sea creatures.

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