The much-hyped 3D revolution hasn't exactly set the world on fire. One possible exception is stereoscopic 3D for console games, currently supported by both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Video games could still be the killer app for 3D TVs. Here are some of the best and worst examples we've seen.
Check out this collection of laptops that play 3D Blu-rays and games.
If last year was the year of the 3DTV, then 2011 is the year of the 3D laptop. See how the latest models stack up in our roundup.
In its push to reinvent itself in the Web era, the New York Public Library releases the Stereogranimator, a tool that lets users create flickering 3D GIFs from its archive of "stereographs."
A photographer at the Olympics in Vancouver used a dual-SLR camera rig to take 3D images.
Loreo's lens enables an SLR to take two simultaneous pictures of the same scene, letting people see 3D views from a print.