Borrow 3D games, gear for free from Sony Centres

From this week Sony Centres across Australia will be opening 3D libraries that will be lending out content and equipment for free for a loan period of three days.

From this week Sony Centres across Australia will be opening 3D libraries that will be lending out content and equipment for free for a loan period of three days.

Each of the 12 Sony Centres around Australia will stock a 3D library containing Blu-ray movies and PlayStation 3 games. Also included in the library is gear that you can use to create your own 3D content, like the 3D-capable Handycam HDR-TD10 and 3D Bloggie camcorders, and Alpha NEX-C3 and Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 cameras.

Apart from being free, the best thing about this offer is that it's available to everyone, regardless of which brand of 3D TV you own or where you bought it.

All you need to do is turn up, select from what's available, sign a form or two, leave your credit card details and away you go.

Update: We've just spoken to Sony and owning a 3D TV is a prerequisite for borrowing from the library.

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