Everything seems to be making that transition to 3D just lately. If you can’t afford a 3D TV, I may have just found the next option. After all, those 3D TV’s are highly expensive and not everyone has the gold coins to splash out on one. Sony have just released a date for the PlayStation 3D Monitor for the 31st December.
This is how it works, Sony’s 3D monitor is a 24″ active-shutter LED-backlit LCD that comes bundled with a pair of 3D glasses (charged via USB) and a PS3 game (MotorStorm Apocalypse). The monitor has two HTMI inputs, integrated speakers and subwoofer and quad speed frame sequential display technology. The monitor also supports SimulView – which allows two players to each see a different image on the screen. I know it’s nothing as fancy as a 3D TV, but it maybe the closest thing you’re going to get to witness the experience. It doesn’t come cheap as this will set you back $499 from Amazon, but probably cheaper than a 3D TV.
Via 3D Display