Dealspwn writes: 3D at home is clearly the next big step, as long as we can get a regular supply of quality to make it worth the pricey investment of a new TV. The problem is deciding which type of set to invest in. One with fancy electronic glasses, or one like the new LG range that only need cheap semi-disposable glasses? Or do you want to wait until glasses-free 3D becomes the norm? That’s all on top of the ridiculous amounts of money Sky are charging for 3D programmes; and if you’ve been to your local cinema and been shafted for 5 seconds of 3D in a film, do you care anyway? Or do you buy a high-quality 50-inch HD plasma for the same price as a basic 32-inch 3D TV?
Gaming has a lot of responsibility heaped onto its shoulders to make 3D at home a success, it’s fair to say that the PS3 and Xbox 360 are widely responsible for starting the initial transition into HD TV becoming the norm and they will be vital in pushing more people towards 3D. The game developers are going to have to start to think about what they can actually add to the experience by using 3D though."