|Create Date||July 9, 2014|
|Last Updated||July 27, 2015|
For users, 3D content options are exploding, with new types of content evolving as well as a huge burst in availability.
In addition, the list of potential output sources is evolving as well—providing an increasing number of options for users.
Some users choose to buy a Blu-ray 3D player to unlock the increasing number of movies being released in that format.
Others choose to access newly-available 3D channels on cable or satellite networks.
In addition, end-users are creating and sharing 3D videos on YouTube.com and creating their own 3D home movies using high-end digital video cameras which integrate support for 3D.
Today, just about everyone has gotten used to the idea of big-screen 3D viewing. The newest movies in the traditional theatres, in fact, are introduced first in a 3D version putting a set of 3D glasses into the hands of many viewers and opening the immersive experience of 3D viewing to just about everyone.
|Clearing the 3D Confusion: What You Need to Know|