One of the problems facing 3D enthusiasts is what to do about the glasses. Besides being expensive and manufacturer-specific, they also are uncomfortable for people who already wear glasses. Doesn't the bridge of your nose have enough to do?
In a daylong event last week, THX Ltd. and LG Electronics brought a number of journalists to its San Mateo, California headquarters. The main feature was the showing of the documentary Camera Man: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff from independent filmmaker Craig McCall, but THX also took the opportunity to bring us up to date on its THX certification program, including its work with LG on the latter's LCD and plasma sets.
Panasonic's Green Plan 2018 will bring a variety of changes and initiatives aimed at making the massive company's activities more environmentally friendly, according to an announcement made at the Eco Ideas Forum in Tokyo.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I, the penultimate film in the Harry Potter series, will not be released to theaters in 3D. Moviegoers will get it only in 2D on November 19, though its successor (the final installment) will be in 3D next summer.
The long awaited Google TV products from Sony and Logitech were officially announced yesterday. They'll offer a seamless blend of broadcast/satellite TV and internet video programming with Google search capability. But is it worth the asking price?
Yesterday we covered a CEA study indicating that an overwhelming majority consumers who see 3DTV demos on the retail floor like them. But there are still obstacles to acceptance, according to a study conducted in a decidedly different environment by Nielsen for the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing.