Good thing you’re reserving a seat on the 3-D bandwagon, because electronics companies are hitting the trail this summer. Hard. Consortiums have been formed. Specs are being finalized, and nearly every major player — from hardware manufacturers to content providers — is readying wares for sale.
But even if you’re giddy at the prospect of an extra dimension, the path toward stereoscopic bliss is going to be bumpy. What will a 3-D-ready living room require? More to the point, how much of your existing home theater is obsolete? Take a seat, son. This is going to be a difficult conversation.