My First 3D: The Story of View-Master

No matter your age, there's a good chance that a View-Master was lying around either your bedroom or a friend's. The iconic red goggles are the perfect childhood diversion—cheap and briefly amusing. They also have a long history. » 8/27/10 6:00pm 8/27/10 6:00pm

Microsoft Creating 3D Effect By Shooting Images Straight Into Your Eye

The reason I'm not sold on 3D? Those nasty glasses. Luckily, Microsoft is ditching the glasses, choosing instead to create 3D by beaming different images into each eye. » 6/11/10 6:00pm 6/11/10 6:00pm

Video: Watch Sony's 360 Degree 3D Display in Action

The prototype is now on show in Tokyo, and as you'll see in the video, the 96 by 128-pixel resolution looks better than you might expect. In person, objects appear to have depth, and can be viewed from all angles. » 10/22/09 7:14am 10/22/09 7:14am

Sony's 360 Degree 3D Display Prototype: No Glasses Needed

Looks like Sony's 3D ambitions don't end with plans to bring 3D to Bravia TVs, the PS3, and just-about everything else. This cylindrical concept can be viewed from all angles, and will be at Tokyo's Digital Contents Expo this Thursday. » 10/19/09 6:50am 10/19/09 6:50am

Stereoscopic High-Def Videocam

One of the great things about analog motion picture cameras (I'm talking about 16mm and 35mm here) is that you could take them apart and change things like shutter angle. But with the advent of video, all the motion picture magic moved out of the camera and into the post-production environment. So the news of this 3D… » 1/17/06 1:32pm 1/17/06 1:32pm