Although during the 90s this technology was a little relegated to quite exclusive and commercial applications, since last year it has returned, not only with the idea of taking over the commercial segment but also residential, as was evidenced at the last CES fair when several companies presented their solutions aimed at this segment. It is clear that these types of trends drive others and something that is evident is that creators of 3D content for television, cinema and commercial applications will have a significant number of opportunities.
To ratify the above, a fact: next June the first local animated film in 3D will be presented in Colombia, according to a local newspaper, which affirms -words more, words less- that the event marks a new era for the industry of this nation, which seeks to position it as one of the Latin American leaders in this matter. However, the changes will also impact consumers, who will have a multiplicity of new options to enjoy the technology, in addition to an increase in content -football matches, for example, and the same Vancouver Winter Olympic Games -held between February 18 and 28-, the first with Full HD 3D transmission.
Some of the companies that have made their announcements are Panasonic -presented the NeoPDP series that includes a line of Full HD 3D TVs-, Samsung -recently launched its new series of HDTV TVs with 3D technology-, Acer - offers the market projectors with 3D technology - and Sony - even the renowned PlayStation 3 will offer games with this technology -.
The future is approaching with a new way of observing. Let's not hesitate any longer and put on our glasses.