The anaglyph style 3D glasses that failed to impress Ryan at Computex this year seem to have gone out of style in favour of active solutions like the nVIDIA 3D Vision glasses that Ryan preferred.  It looks like this technology will be spreading beyond the handful of 120Hz displays that are compatible with nVIDIA and other active shutter glasses as Sony announces plans to release 3D TVs in 2010.  Following the link at Slashdot will give you more information on their planned release but does not include one pertinent fact; what the price will be.

“The Financial Times is reporting that Sony is announcing 3D TVs for late 2010 at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin. It’s another glasses-based technology with “active shutter” being employed (the same stuff teased at CES as well as employed on NVIDIA’s glasses). Expect to see 3D Bravia television sets, Vaio laptops, PS3s and Blu-ray disc players compatible with this technology.”

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