We'll remember 2010 for a lot of reasons. The iPad. The bacon thing finally got old. Teabaggers. And it was the year Hollywood and electronics companies tried to drag us into another dimension: 3D got big.
It invaded movie theaters—it seemed like every other blockbuster begged you at the end of the trailer to see it in 3D. It starting working its way into our homes, as the first 3DTVs became affordable. Gaming went 3D too, in a manner of speaking, with every console pushing into three-dimensional space with motion controls. YouTube. Magazines. Even porn.