A recently successful Kickstarter to make "the world's first augmented television" might finally put 3D TV to good use, transforming your home screen into what the developers call "a Minority Report-like experience."
If you're one of that small subsection that subscribes to DirecTV and owns a 3D television and isn't at work right now, go ahead and flip over to channel 103. It's called n3D, and it's what you've been waiting for.
Here's yet another iteration of 3D TV, and this Grundig Tharus 3D flat panel lets you watch that 3D without special glasses. Made for the DVB system (the European and Asian broadcasting counterpart of the ATSC high-definition standard here in America), Tharus 3D uses a system where the footage is first acquired by a…