Entries in '3d' (167)
Considering that it will in a few months be launching the world’s first dedicated 3D games console, Nintendo will probably be pleased to see that its brands top the list ...
A new report has emerged which challenges the belief that the need to wear glasses to watch 3D content is a barrier to entry, particularly in the games market.
Phil Spencer, the corporate VP of Microsoft Game Studios, has labelled the current 3D games market as nothing more than “a science experiment” and argued that it’s too early for ...
Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Black Ops will support stereoscopic 3D on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Toshiba has unveiled what it claims are the world's first LCD TVs that allow viewers to watch in 3D without the need for special glasses.
Sony has announced that the next PS3 system update will include support for 3D Blu-rays.
Sony has confirmed at the IFA trade show that a patch to introduce 3D Blu-ray movie playback on PS3 will be released some time next month.
3D has become crucial to Sony’s global plans, and the firm has offered to help the games industry keep pace.
QA and localisation specialist Testronic has opened a 3D games testing studio.
Sega’s Virtua Tennis 4 will support both Move and 3D functionality on PS3, it has been confirmed at Cologne.
There are significant doubts about whether the success 3D has seen at cinemas can translate to the home.
The upcoming Sly Cooper Collection could be the first 3D game on PS3 to include a software ‘slider’ that would allow the user to control the amount of 3D effect ...
SCE has patented new stereoscopic screen sharing technology, making it possible for gamers to look at their own individual imagery on the same 3DTV.
The official guidelines for developers working on 3D titles for the PS3 recommend that studios avoid trying to make their 3D games support 1080p, instead suggesting that they stick to ...
Still not sure about forking out in excess of £1,500 for a new stereoscopic 3D TV? Well, Sony reckons that playing in 3D will not only enhance your gaming experience ...
3D gaming can cause eye-strain and nausea and children under-6 should seek advice before playing.
3D may be the industry buzzword of 2010, but did you know a major proportion of the UK population can’t even see it?
Sony announced a range of new Cyber-shot compact cameras which it claims are the first that can capture panoramic shots in 3D.
The need to wear special glasses to play 3D games has been slammed yet again, with analyst DFC Intelligence claiming that the requirement will likely hinder the uptake of 3D ...
THQ is currently working on a sequel to this year’s Metro 2033.
Namco Bandai has five games in development for 3DS and is convinced that 2010 will be the year of 3D, according to a statement form the publisher.
Microsoft has insisted that the Xbox 360 is just as 3D ready as the PS3, though has once again iterated that it’s not diving headfirst into the 3D sector just ...