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How 3D Will Affect Your Fave TV Shows
 How 3D Will Affect 
 Your Fave TV Shows 

How 3D Will Affect Your Fave TV Shows

If you thought Conan O'Brien's hair was big before, just wait

(Newser) - Some television shows, like The View, will remain unchanged by the coming 3D revolution—but others will never be the same. Adrian Chen takes a look at how some of your favorites might be affected, in Gawker :
  • Winter Olympics: “Coverage now 90% luge.”
  • CNBC: “Busty news anchors

2010 Will Be the Year of 3D TV

Ready or not, there's a new wave of high-end sets coming

(Newser) - Ready or not, 3D TV is coming this year, with every major television manufacturer planning to unveil a 3D set at today's Consumer Electronics Show. DirecTV is also expected to announce some 3D channel offerings on the heels of yesterday’s announcement that ESPN plans to launch a 3D network...

ESPN to Launch 3D Station
 ESPN to Launch 3D Station 

ESPN to Launch 3D Station

Channel will broadcast live games beginning in June

(Newser) - ESPN will kick off the first-ever 3D television station in June with a live World Cup match. After that, ESPN 3D will broadcast 85 other events this year, including the Summer X Games, and assorted NBA and college basketball and football games, all of them live. But the channel won’...

Blu-Ray Goes 3D With New Standards

New players will export two images in full 1080p

(Newser) - Blu-ray players will soon come equipped to show 3D movies in full 1080p, thanks to new standards announced yesterday. Players built to conform with the new standard, which should begin shipping next year, will send two images to the TV, both in full resolution. With the proper glasses, those images...

3-D TV Shows Promise, But Those Glasses Still a Must

You'll have stuff to watch next year—but you still need specs

(Newser) - Admit it, your heart skips a beat at the prospect of a 3-D high-definition TV in your own home. And by this time next year, Sony and Panasonic will have ‘em on the market. But—and it’s a big one, even after the cost—you’re going to...

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