Mitsubishi is currently planning to develop a '3D Blu-ray Player'. When presenting this demo they handed out 'goofy 3d glasses' and showed some new 3D-imaging technology the company has been working on. They say. . .
. . .the demo was run from a massive Dell desktop and output onto a large DLP set. In an effort to inject new life into the fading rear-projection category, the company's pitch was that the 3D technology worked with existing DLP TVs and projectors (due to DLP's native 120Hz refresh rate, which allows you to split it into 60/60 for 3D) but not with LCD and plasma displays.
After the live demo they went on and hinted that they would be integrating their new technology into one of the 3 major game consoles. Since the PS3 is the only one that supports Blu-ray what ever could they mean?