Welcome to CNET Showcase

For our first CNET Showcase event, we brought five 3D-product manufacturers to our headquarters in San Francisco on Thursday to demo their new gear for our audience of tech fans.

You can check out video of the event here.

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The experts speak

Before the demos opened, Rafe Needleman (left) interviewed 3D experts Andrew Eisner (center) and David Katzmaier (right) about the benefits of 3D technology in the home.
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Mobbing the demo booths

Once the panel ended, attendees quickly flocked to the demo stations to check out the hardware.
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Straight from the source

Execs from the manufacturers (in this case, Simon Lee of Samsung), explained their products to the showcase attendees.
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A tough sell

Some attendees cast a skeptical eye on the new products.
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3D times 3

The NVidia demo station, shown here during setup before the event, had three large 3D monitors in a wrap-around configuration, set up for first-person gaming.
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A gaming workout

Attendees take the game hardware for a spin.
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Executive 3D

CNET Editor in Chief Scott Ard tries out the gaming platforms from Acer.
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