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A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas will be released on 4 November 2011. Expect strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, pervasive language, drug use and some violence (this is a Harold and Kumar movie after all...). If you are a fan of thrown-in-your-face-3D (eggs, glasses,...) do not miss this one !


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Lucius Prisms, a new way to glasses-free 3D display

A South Korean R&D team led by Hyunsik Yoon, is developing a 3D autostereoscopic display made of tiny prisms layered on an organic light-emitting-diode (OLED) screen. OLEDs do not need to be backlit because they get their lighting from organic compounds that emit light in response to electric current. So, they can be extremely thin, light and even flexible. Expect slimmer than ever 3D phones soon.


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Loredana 3D clip

The Rain Rain 5 min 30 music video from singer Loredana has been shot in stereoscopic 3D and published on-line in anaglyph and Side-by-side formats after nine month in postproduction.


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Panasonic Z10000 Hi-end 3D Camcorder

Panasonic today announced the first 3D high-end camcorder to use the AVCHD Progressive video format (at least in 2D mode). The dual-tr-CCD (thus six-sensor) Panasonic HDC-Z10000 offers 1080i-60, 1080p-24, and 1080p30 formats in 3D (plus 1080p-60 in 2D) , full manual convergence, focus and iris controls. XLR audio inputs are available (clearly visible on the picture here under).


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The XBox is going 3D

According to MSXboxWorld, the XBOX game console will be upgraded to stereosocpic 3D soon. The latest Xbox 360 update which will be available via the latest batch of games and most likely via Xbox Live in the coming days finally places the Xbox 360 on an even keel with the PS3.


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