CES is officially over but we're still trying to catch up on all the news, so we talk a little 3D without glasses and why it isn't ready for prime time as well as different ways 3D can be transmitted vs displayed. Although we love 3D we haven't forgotten about the basics so we discuss the Panasonic contrast demo and the little tru2way that was at the show. We finish things off with a little nostalgic HD DVD talk as well as some new movie streaming and info available when we watch movies.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
01:35 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 172 - CES 2010 day 3
04:45 - TCL completes the no-glasses 3D trifecta at CES
12:15 - HD 101: The difference between sequential and side by side 3D
23:45 - Panasonic's 2010 plasma line has much better black levels
28:00 - Hands-on with Pansonic's tru2way set-back box
32:40 - LG Magic Motion gesture control HDTV remote hands-on
34:55 - Verizon to double ETFs on FiOS TV contracts
39:21 - HD DVD rides again: TCL brings China Blue HD & Blu-ray together for a CES face-off
41:20 - Sony Qriocity on-demand movie service coming February 2010
45:06 - This is It Blu-ray release debuts movieIQ Sync, brings more Michael Jackson info to your iPhone or PC