Drinking and Watching 3D TV Don't Mix
Question: What does watching 3D TV and drinking have in common? Well, as it turns out, both should not be done under the influence of alcohol! No, really, we are not making this stuff up. According to an official statement on the Samsung website, "Pregnant women, the elderly, sufferers of serious medical conditions, those who are sleep deprived or under the influence of alcohol should avoid utilising the unit’s 3D functionality." Cue NBC's "The More You Know" music in 3… 2… 1…
Good News: Last Monday, CBS made broadcast history by producing the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game in stereoscopic 3D and transmitting it to 55 theaters nationwide through Cinedigm's satellite-based digital cinema delivery system. Bad News: For Butler fans, who for the first time in broadcast history got their hearts broken in stereoscopic 3D. What's worse? According to Samsung, they can't even drink their sorrows and watch 3D TV! [Source]
Sharp, Not too sharp
After completely ignoring the whole 3D craze at January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Sharp has finally come around to what competitors Sony and Panasonic seemed to know all along. This 3D thing isn't going away! And as a result, Sharp is jumping on the bandwagon, promising, as part of hteir Aquos LCD TV line, to release 3D TV's sometime this summer.
Now I know what you're thinking, just how does being addicted to TV qualify me to be your guide through the wonderful world of 3D television? Well, I'll let you in on a little secret. Aside from my addition to television, I'm also somewhat addicted to spending obscene amounts of money on the latest and greatest gadgets. Get the latest scoop on the latest shows, all the info you could want or need to fuel your 3DTV addiction.