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Submitted by Rowland 2272d ago | interview

The Future of 3D in Notebooks, HDTVs and Gaming

Acer is working on a new line of 3D capable netbooks. The game based around James Cameron's Avatar is set to be the first major video game built for 3D. Samsung and LG both have 3D HDTV's out on the market right now, and over in Japan they have 3D mobile phones that don't even require glasses. Wherever you look around the world, 3D technology is marching towards ubiquity. DDD is leading that march. (Dev, Industry, PC, Tech)

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