The Hollywood Reporter announces that the 2012 Olympics will get 3D treatment for at least 10 venues covered by 3D broadcast cameras with the help of EVS XT-3 servers.
Sony launched its long awaited 46 and 55" LED 3DTV. Very slim, very good, included WiFi...
The 55 inches is available on Amazon from 2,459$ in the USA.
Looking for a 3D TV in the US ? LG just announced plans to offer the LW5300 3D TV as part of a comprehensive bundle. So when you buy one of the two 3D TVs in that series, you'll also get an LG Blu-ray 3D player and four pairs of passive 3D glasses, all for the price of the TV itself. All you'll need to add is Blu-ray 3D discs!
The 47" 47LW5300 costs 1,099$ and the 55" 55LW5300 costs 1,599$ at Bestbuy.A similar offer exists for the big 65" version (65LW6500) at Amazon for 2,899$ (but the stock is low on that one).
Director Ridley Scott has joined a growing group of filmmakers who see 3D as the future of moviemaking, announcing that he is never to film in two dimensions again. The multi-award winner is filming his new movie, Prometheus in 3D and has developed a love for the technology. Ridley Scott is using RED Epic cameras for Prometheus.