Skip to main content

3D

E3 Going 3D With New Technology

Whether you consider 3D to be a fad or not it looks like it’s here to stay for a while. Unfortunately, the cost of getting a 3D TV is too high for the majority of households. The Nintendo 3DS provided a decently priced option for 3D gaming, with the extra bonus of not needed glasses. However, Snakebyte has announced that they will be showcasing their new HDMI cable at E3, which they claim can turn any 2D image into a glasses-free 3D experience.

Capcom Covers the Show Floor! [PAX East 2011]

Capcom seemed to have presence all over the PAX floor this year. They had a stand-alone booth showcasing some 3DS titles. They shared a booth with Sprint to show the 3DS titles as well as Marvel vs. Capcom. Lastly, they were a part of the Nintendo booth for their 3DS titles. Noticing a trend? Let's go over what they brought to the show.

Yakuza could've been in 3D but wasn't for one main reason

Since 3D is the new and hot thing these days it’s not surprising that an ever growing amount of games are supporting the feature.  So far Sony seems to be the biggest proponent of 3D gaming, mainly because of the push Sony Electronics is giving it, but a few 3rd party developers/publishers have jumped aboard the bandwagon as well like Disney Interactive with TRON: Evolution and WB Games with the new Mortal Kombat game.

Sony's new 3D peripheral makes gamers look like Cyclops

If I had $20 for every time Sony mentioned 3D during their CES conference last night, I may have enough money to buy myself one of Sony’s new-fangled 3D Bravia TVs.  Just like they’ve done for the past year, Sony is heavily pushing 3D entertainment, whether it’s in movies, films or the area we all are interested the most in: video games.

Capcom announces another Resident Evil movie

If the live-action Resident Evil movies aren’t your cup of tea, then perhaps today’s announcement will be considered good news. Capcom has announced Resident Evil: Damnation, the follow-up to the 2008 CG film Resident Evil: Degeneration.

Resident Evil: Afterlife poster does its best to mimic 3D

Love it or hate it there’s a new Resident Evil film coming out in September. Once again featuring Alice (Milla Jovovich) as she takes on the Umbrella Corporation, Resident Evil: Afterlife (catchy name) is most likely the final installment of the RE film franchise featuring Alice and friends. So what better way to end things than jumping aboard the 3D bandwagon?

Premier trailer for Resident Evil Afterlife (yes, this is the 4th RE film)

 

When compared to their video game counter parts the live-action Resident Evil movies haven’t been that great.  There have certainly been a few cool scenes but for the most part they’ve failed to really capture the essence of the games.  Despite not being faithful to the source material, each RE film has done well at the box office.  And when a film does well that means it’ll get a sequel.

XpanD 3D Video Interview - The experience you've always wanted 3D to be.

The days of strained eyes and gimmicky 3D seem to be coming to a close. At least, that's the impression Casey and I left with after a recent 3D presentation and tech demo from XpanD.

CES 2010: Sony announces the first 3D cable channel in the U.S.

With the massive success of James Cameron’s Avatar proving that audiences are willing to see a proper movie in 3D and more importantly that 3D is no longer looked at as a gimmick it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Sony in a partnership with IMAX and Discovery Communications will be launching the first 24/7 cable channel dedicated to 3D programming in the U.S.

Clash of the Titans gets reshoots and perhaps another addition

So earlier this week we got a proper look at the Clash of the Titans remake which if I may say so myself looks pretty awesome. I don’t know about the rest of you but seeing mythical creatures like the Kraken and Pegasus along with Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson looking like complete bad-asses who won’t take crap from anyone has the film on my must-see list for next year.

Syndicate content