From movies and broadcast HDTV to games and home theater systems, true 3D home entertainment begins and ends with Sony.
Sony is introducing 3D compatibility into many more of its devices, such as Blu-ray Disc™ players, VAIO® computers and PlayStation®3 consoles to provide numerous ways in which 3D content – from 3D movies to 3D games – can be enjoyed in the home.
Sony will continue to accelerate its efforts to create both attractive 3D hardware and content, and provide new forms of 3D enjoyment.
via Sony Bravia.
Sony made sure to let everyone know the PS3 only requires an update once the 3D Blu-Ray specification was announced. Now that the Sony Style page includes streaming as one of the S3D viewing options, it will only be a matter of time until the Buy a New Bravia, Stream in Stereoscopic 3D for Free offer, along the lines of its Bravia with a Chance of Meatballs last month, right?
Sony has got you covered in terms of a content partner. By next year Sony will be offering:
- BD movies
- PS3 games
- S3D TV Channel
But if you are not convinced Sony is the HDTV manufacturer for you or your S3D needs, make sure you read Engadget HD’s primer on how S3D signals will be transmitted by
- BD (sequential)
- DirecTV (side by side)
- ESPN (TBD)
and then watch Sony’s video clip, below. And if you believe Sony, soon you’ll be able to try it out yourself at home. Happy Viewing!