The Daily Slash: September 23rd 2010

Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. Tonight, in our story from around the Web, it looks like the 3D in the home market is about to get interesting, with the possibility of cheaper 3D glasses being introduced. And then, as usual, we'll take a spin through the R3 Media Network of sites and see what's going on. So, let's get right into it.

From Around the Web

RealD Planning on Licensing ZScreen for HDTVs: 3D is still an idea that many people have a very opinionated idea about. But, if one of the reasons people stay away from the technology are the expensive, bulky glasses, then they might not have much of a reason to argue anymore. Thanks to RealD, which plans on licensing ZScreen for HDTVs, which means that manufacturers will be able to develop HDTVs that function with the cheaper, lighter 3D glasses that are used in movie theaters. It's one step closer to getting 3D to the masses, surely, so it will be interesting to see how long it takes before this takes off, or if it does at all. [via Engadget]

R3 Media Network


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