3D becomes personal, comfortable
By Kim Tong-hyung
LAS VEGAS ― If it weren’t for the waves of tablet computers splashed over display booths here, the writers and technology geeks taking part in their annual pilgrimage to the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) would have felt stuck in their own version of “Groundhog Day.’’
Three-dimensional (3D) televisions were the talk of the CES last year, when technology companies introduced a slew of models with built-in stereoscopic capability and various levels of Internet connectivity and declared that the future had arrived. The companies are basically saying the same things at CES 2011, although not having many bells and whistles to add to their products, and the poor reception from consumers in the past year looming like an ominous shadow.
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