Getting 3D TVs like Sony’s Bravia 3d is one side of adding new dimension to your movies.
But the real deal is to go witht the games. A firmware update will bring stereoscopic display support to the PS3 in 2010.
3D just seems to make more sense in a video game than for a movie, and the whole problem of finding content to deliver in the format has already been solved: a software update for the PS3 sometime in 2010 will enable it to provide a 3D viewing experience to “all” existing games on the system. We’re sure there will be some exceptions, but it sounds very promising. The console itself pumps out a quite regular signal over HDMI, which the TV syncs up with your 3D glasses. A 200Hz TV, for instance, alternates 1080p frames, with 100Hz for each eye. Of course, you’ll need a brand new TV, but at least it won’t be restricted to just Sony televisions. Start saving those pennies!
The good news is that you won’t need a Sony 3D Bravia to enjoy it. Any 3D TV will work,. Engadget has been playing with it at IFA and they say the experience is great.
sources: engadget, Gizmodo