The future of 3D is glasses-free, according to pioneering director James Cameron. And video game devices like Nintendo 3DS will play a key role in indoctrinating mainstream consumers to 3D technology.
The Oscar-winning director was on hand at the NAB 2011 conference in Las Vegas to announce his new 3D technology company, Cameron Pace Group.
Avatar: The Game "Videogames are going to help propel the autostereoscopic (glasses free) play because that's going to be the entry level for most people," said Cameron. "These single-viewing devices that are engaging the person to play these video games will drive a lot of investment in autostereoscopic displays for that very reason. That technology will trickle up toRead More »from James Cameron sees the future of 3D in Nintendo