Sony Debuts Mobile 3D Headset

Do you prefer watching movies alone? Does your frequent gaming disturb family and friends? Then the Sony HMZ Personal 3D viewer may be for you.

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World's First Glasses-Free 3D Gaming Laptop

Glasses-Free 3D Gaming Laptop

At Computex in Taipei in last week, ASUS announced a "Naked Eye 3D system", also known as the world's first glasses-free 3D gaming laptop.

"Getting rid of those awkward glasses will be the key to the success or failure of 3D technology," states Titus Hoskins of 3D-gaminglaptops.com. "Besides the extra expense, many people find wearing the 3D glasses uncomfortable and a real pain to use."

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i3D Turns iPhone, iPad2 Into 3-D Display

More news on the 3-D front. i3D, a free new app available for download, can turn your iPhone or iPad2 into a 3-D display, all without the use of those goofy glasses.

The app works by tracking a user’s head movements through the device’s camera and then calculating what the picture on the display should look like. The result is an illusion that makes viewers feel they are gazing at a 3-D image on their iOS device. Check out the demonstration video below.

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Toshiba to Release 3D-Enabled Laptop

With the recent release of 3D TVs, 3D camcorders, and 3D gaming systems is it any surprise that a 3D laptop is next?

Toshiba today announced the Dynabook T551/D8B, a 3D-enabled laptop. While the Japanese electronics giant has unveiled a glasses-free 3D TV, Dynabook owners will still need the dorky eyewear to view three-dimensional images on the computer. However, the laptop is still pretty cool.

Here are the specs:

  • 15.6-inch screen with 1,366 x 768 resolution
  • Blu-ray drive (3D-compatible)  
  • Core i7-2630QM (2GHz) CPU
  • 1 GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M graphics card
  • Intel HM65 Express chip set
  • 8GB memory
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Nintendo 3DS Brings 3D Gaming to U.S.

Nintendo of America will bring the latest version of its bestselling portable gaming system, the Nintendo 3DS, to U.S. gamers on March 27. It will cost $250 and will be available in two colors: Aqua Blue and Midnight Black.  The Japanese game maker held a press conference event today in New York City to showcase its lineup of glasses-free games.

Nintendo expects to sell four million Nintendo 3DS systems by March 31,2011 (only four days after the system’s release) – which is the end of its fiscal year.  The company is also expecting that 15 million games for the 3DS will sell in that timeframe. While it is debuting in March in the U.S., the system will be available in Japan on February 26.

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