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Besides sports and movies, videogames are expected to be another huge driver for 3DTV, and Sony is apparently ready to get behind it with one of its showcase franchises for the PlayStation 3, Killzone 3. Featured as a cover story in this month's GamePro the entire game is compatible with today'

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When the PlayStation blog said firmware 3.30 -- you know, the one that \"preps\" the console for added 3D support (games for now, not movies) -- was \"coming soon,\" we figured that meant some indeterminate day or week ahead. Not so; we just turned on our Sony consoles and, lo and behold, we got a new u

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Well, wouldn't you know it? 3D seems to be the topic of conversation here at GDC , and Paris-based Darkworks is making a splash by announcing the availability of its TriOviz for Games SDK. In short, this magical software concoction is a post-process effect that allows standard 2D games to be transfo

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Get your active shutter glasses ready: your PS3 is going to go 3D this Summer. In conjunction with the release of its 3D BRAVIA LCD sets, Sony is planning to release updates to turn the PS3 both into a stereoscopic 3D gaming platform, in addition to a 3D Blu-ray compatible movie player. Sure, we kn

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As it turns out, yesterday's report was spot-on. Sony today announced that it is bringing the experience of looking absolutely ridiculous in 3D glasses home to the living room. The initiative is \"starting in 2010\" and will expand through BRAVIA LCD HDTVs, VAIO machines, PlayStation 3, and Blu-ray d

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As it turns out, yesterday's report was spot-on. Sony today announced that it is bringing the experience of looking absolutely ridiculous in 3D glasses home to the living room. The initiative is \"starting in 2010\" and will expand through BRAVIA LCD HDTVs, VAIO machines, PlayStation 3, and Blu-ray d

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Take this one with a sizable dose of salt, but one Neil Schneider, President and CEO of Meant to be Seen (MTBS), Blitz Games Studios, has made known that Sony \"fully intends\" to throw in its support for \"stereoscopic 3D gaming and Blu-ray 3D on PS3 in 2009 with the Blitz Tech engine.\" Granted, MTBS

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We heard some pretty far-fetched stuff back in June to the tune of a break-apart DualShock 3, and lo and behold, it seems that someone at Sony Computer Entertainment America is taking the idea quite seriously. A recent patent application was filed by the company, and it fairly clearly lays out the

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While the PS4 might be \"just around the corner,\" and Nintendo's Wiimote is sure to give you all the (potentially dangerous) controller flinging fits you can handle, it appears that Sony's giving the whole \"controller innovation\" thing another go. Sure, Sony's faced its fair share of lawsuits (hasn'

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