Panasonic has an exclusive on the Avatar 3D Blu-ray, so James Cameron has popped up to fulfil his contractual obligation and explain how to set up your TV.
In December the 3D version of the "Avatar" Blu-ray disc will be made available exclusively to purchasers of Panasonic 3D plasma TVs.
Panasonic is bundling two 3D films with its 3D HDTVs. The films will not be sold in stores until the offer runs out in July.
On March 10, Best Buy will officially start selling Panasonic's new 3D TVs at a store in downtown Manhattan. Panasonic has invited the press to take pictures and shoot video of the first person to buy one of the new sets.
First impressions and shed-loads of pictures and info from CNET Australia's first-hand look at a prototype of Panasonic's upcoming 50-inch 3D plasma TV.
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While developments like the Nintendo 3DS price cut could represent a tough break for 3D products, cheaper 3D TVs and a greater consumer appetite for content could bode well for 3D across a range of devices.
Avatar is finally landing in living rooms in glorious three-dimensional Blu-ray high definition -- it'll cost you a few grand, but you'll get a free Panasonic 3D television thrown in.
James Cameron hasn't minced words over the Harry Potter 3D debacle. With Warner Bros set to lose up to £50 million, could this be the end of 3D cinema?
Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds camera with 3D lens fares much better in bright light, we found after taking it for a brief spin at the annual Tokyo gadget fest.