Eyes-on With Sony’s New PlayStation 3D Display (Which Can Render Splitscreen Gaming Obsolete)
By Michael McWhertor
Sony is trying to make 3D gaming on its PlayStation 3 more affordable with its very own PlayStation branded, stereoscopic 3D monitor—comparatively cheap at just $500 USD for 24 inches of 3D gaming. Better still is the monitor’s ability to deliver full-screen gaming to two players at once.
Sony’s “official 3D Display,” due this fall, can output two screen displays to two viewers, if they’re wearing active shutter lens 3D glasses, effectively eliminating the need for a bisected screen. One pair of glasses is included in the bundle shipping later this year, along with an HDMI cable and a copy of Resistance 3. Sony plans to sell additional pairs of 3D glasses for $70 USD each.
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