Elixir XES 3D announces phase 1 of the world's first glasses free 3D TV advertising network, located at the Tropicana Resort and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. Through the Elixir XES 3D proprietary technology brilliant images literally dance off the screen in front of the viewer - without the need for 3D glasses. Elixir XES 3D has partnered with Viaduct International for sales and distribution of this state-of-the-art, industry changing advertising opportunity. Elixir and Viaduct share the excitement of the Tropicana Resort and Casino in introducing the world's first deployment of their autostereoscopic 3DTV.
It's not quite a 500 year plan as Mitsubishi is supposed to have had, but Samsung's TV people have planned its range of Smart TVs out to 2014, with the company saying its well prepared to take on any forthcoming Apple TV challenge.
Australia's e-tail revolutionary, Ruslan Kogan, has just unveiled a new line of 3D TVs with 2D to 3D conversion and a new 3D Blu-ray player.
Samsung's new 'Smart TV' range for 2011 puts a ton of computing smarts into what was once just a basic flat panel, building in as standard what once took a separate PC or advanced set-top box, with even 3D models and glasses very nicely improving over last year's latest and greatest.
Kogan has ripped retailers a new one claiming that when Apple decides to cut third party retailers such as JB HiFi out of the loop, a huge part of their business will simply evaporate.
Due 'early in the second quarter of 2011', LG's glasses-free Optimus 3D Android OS-powered smartphone will bring user-generated 3D videos to YouTube in a special deal between LG and Google.
Nintendo has taken to the third dimension to get the upper hand over Apple, Google and Sony, with Apple having had incredible success turning iOS into an iMazing gaming platform, Android quickly catching up and Sony soon to release a touch-enabled PSP2 - but with Nintendo the biggest player in 3D.
It's not just the Xbox 360 that can turn itself into a Foxtel FoXbox, but now Telstra's T-Box will perform the same trick too, from May, with Telstra now offering Foxtel via Foxtel's own iQHD, via Next G smartphones and via the T-Box too - what else is in Telstra's box of tricks?
Due to be officially launched in Australia tomorrow night, said to be at a price $100 more than the regular version, Nintendo 3DS will have you seeing deeply into the third dimension.
Smatterings of more 3D content are starting to appear on Australia's major metropolitan pay television service, Foxtel, from a 'Despicable' start that should start becoming a lot more 'spicable'!
Foxtel asks: 'Looking for something to watch on your 3D TV?'. It's an interesting question that both promises something worth watching, while highlighting the dearth of readily available 3D content, although this will be the 3D decade.
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