Commentary: As much as the movie studios would like the opposite to be true, 3D movies are handicapping the theatergoing experience and there's almost never a time you should pay extra for it.
More and more movies are being made in 3D today. A leader in the field is 3ality, whose technology for creating simple and accurate 3D pictures is the industry's most advanced. CNET Road Trip 2012 checked it out.
The technology behind the 3D visuals in "The Amazing Spider-Man" promises new advances, but studios have been hesitant to push the limits.
So you decided to spring for a 3D-capable HDTV. Now what? Here are four sources for 3D content, both streaming and Blu-ray.
We look at the best Blu-ray discs and PC and PS3 games to show off the capabilities of your 3D television.
With 3D TVs making their way into more and more homes around the country, what does it take to make a good 3D film as opposed to one that makes you feel sick?
A New Jersey rocket scientist is exploring the frontiers of 3D sound technology.
Researchers at European boffin-factory Fraunhofer have announced a new video-coding technique capable of streaming 3D films to your mobile, albeit over yet-to-be-launched-here LTE networks.
With all of the discussion about the merits, or lack thereof, in 3D entertainment, we haven't yet stopped to ask if it's going to make your eyeballs explode. Let's rectify that.
The 3D service is set to go into effect in the next few weeks for people with the PlayStation 3, but it's available now on Samsung HDTVs and Blu-ray players.