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Television Begins Push into the 3rd Dimension - New York Times

“The stars are aligning to make 2010 the launch year of 3-D,” said John Taylor, a vice president for LG Electronics USA. “It’s still just in its infancy, but when there is a sufficient amount of content available — and lots of people are working on this — there will be a true tipping point for consumers.”

The New York Times follows up on its coverage of 3D television technology today with a detailed article, here. They also published a great graphic explaining how active shutter technology works.

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