Sony Plan To Start 3D Revolution By Next Year

September 3, 2009 by  
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Sony has announced a plan to put 3D TVs in homes by the end of next year.

According to reports, consumers will soon be able to buy 3D television sets, laptops, games consoles and Blu-Ray disc players that are compatible with 3D technology.

Sony chief executive, Sir Howard Stringer told The Times: “3D is clearly on its way to the mass market. As with high definition a few years back, there are still a variety of issues to be addressed. But the 3D train is on track and we at Sony are ready to drive it home.?

It’s speeches like that which make us wish the electronics giant owned TFL.

Subsequently the 3D market is threatening to become massive over the next 12 months, and BSkyB has already announced plans to introduce a 3D satellite channel in the UK next year.

Ironically, this news comes as health experts announced their prediction that British childrens’ fingers will be too fat to operate modern day remote controls within the next decade.

Nevertheless, the 3D tide will continue to rise later in the year as James Cameron’s new sci-fi epic Avatar opens in a few months, with many expecting it to take more than $1 billion at the box office thanks to the new technology it will utilise.