Vision Magazine S-3D Gaming Coverage

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Vision Magazine S-3D Gaming Coverage

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This is the Consumer Electronic Association's (CEA) official magazine. CEA is the producer of the Consumer Electronics Association.

They did a special feature on S-3D gaming!

Check it out and share your thoughts!

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Re: Vision Magazine S-3D Gaming Coverage

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It's the big industry's own propaganda, so I read in there just what i was expecting.

Big companies with huge ressources predicting their own expected huge success next year.
On one hand it's a good thing that the industry is now fully supporting 3D (unlike what samsung did for it's 3D ready TVs last year).
But on the other hand the more I hear and the more I fear that next year 3DTVs sold by these huge companies to only be shutter based.
We'll get a clearer answer at CES-2010 on that.

It was very courageous of you Neil to slip in a few words about "polarized" technology.
Passive 3D forever !
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2x Epson EH-TW3500 (2D 1080p)
Xtrem Screen Daylight 2.0, for polarized 3D
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Nothing courageous about being factual!

Remember, a lot of these companies invested in S-3D gaming. Ubisoft, Blitz, NVIDIA, etc. Resources or not, that's courageous.

What would be even MORE courageous is if these champions of S-3D gaming join the non-profit S3DGA, and indeed back their first efforts with a long term action plan.

Whatever happens, it's good to see the industry finally speaking seriously about gaming.

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Neil

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