3D archive

  • Panasonic PT-AT6000 pictures and hands-on
    Home Cinema

    Panasonic PT-AT6000 pictures and hands-on

    By 29 August 2012

    Panasonic has announced an upgrade to its 3D Full HD LCD projector range in the shape of the PT-AT6000 (otherwise known as PT-AE8000 in the US). It will be coming to home cinema specialist stores and online retailers in September, but Pocket-lint has...

  • Haier showcases future of TV technology at IFA 2012, including Transparent TV
    Home Cinema

    Haier showcases future of TV technology at IFA 2012, including Transparent TV

    By 29 August 2012

    Haier has used IFA as its own soapbox to shout about the future of televisions, unveiling products that include a wireless 3D LED TV, see-through television and the technology that enables you to change channels or alter the volume with your eyes. Haier...

  • LG focuses on 3D with its IFA product line-up
    Audio

    LG focuses on 3D with its IFA product line-up

    By 24 August 2012

    LG has let the cat out of the bag about what it will be offering at IFA this month, and the Korean manufacturer is going big on 3D (again), applying the tech to a range of audio and video products. 3D Sound Home Theater System (BH9520TW) LG's 3D Sound...

  • Nokia rocks out 3D world map, but don't forget your glasses
    Apps

    Nokia rocks out 3D world map, but don't forget your glasses

    By 16 August 2012

    Nokia is going after the 3D space, promising an experience superior to that of any of its competitors, including Google and Amazon. A website, albeit in beta, has been launched enabling consumers to see the technology first hand -though you will need...

  • Sky makes 3D channel free to HD subscribers for another week
    Televisions

    Sky makes 3D channel free to HD subscribers for another week

    By 15 August 2012

    Sky HD subscribers can have access to the Sky 3D channel for a further week with no additional subscription charge. The broadcasting giant had already opened up its 3D channel during the London 2012 Olympics, but the additional week will see highlights...

  • 3D viewing up, but still small when it comes to the bigger picture
    Home Cinema

    3D viewing up, but still small when it comes to the bigger picture

    By 31 July 2012

    Some 113,000 people watched the London 2013 opening ceremony in 3D, figures confirm, sending mixed messages on whether the format is finally starting to be adopted, or  if it still has a long way to go before it proves itself in UK homes. The audience...

  • World's best glasses-free 3D tech demoed this summer in selected bars
    Phones

    World's best glasses-free 3D tech demoed this summer in selected bars

    By 23 July 2012

    We could soon be experiencing glasses-free 3D screens that will enable more than one person to watch the screen without fear of distorting the image. If you’ve ever tried to watch a 3D screen that doesn’t require you to wear glasses then you’ll...

  • Nintendo 3DS XL pictures and hands-on
    Gaming

    Nintendo 3DS XL pictures and hands-on

    By 6 July 2012

    A super-sized version of the Nintendo 3DS was touted just before the start of E3 in June, but the Japanese videogames firm clearly decided to let the Wii U be its star turn at that particular show. Instead, it waited almost a month before confirming that...

  • Getty Images 3D and 360-degree camera to capture a different side of London 2012
    Cameras

    Getty Images 3D and 360-degree camera to capture a different side of London 2012

    By 8 June 2012

    Getty Images will use 3D and 360-degree camera techniques to record footage at this summer’s Olympic and Paralympics Games in London.  Using robotic cameras, Getty says it will be able to capture the Games from a unique perspective, including the ability...

  • LG launches all-in-one 3D TV and monitor
    Televisions

    LG launches all-in-one 3D TV and monitor

    By 29 May 2012

    LG has revealed a new series of TVs that double up as a computer monitor, with the option of watching both television and working on your computer at the same time.  In a time when the ability to multitask has become crucial to everyday life, both the...

  • Hello! magazine features 3D Augmented Reality Gary Barlow front cover
    Apps

    Hello! magazine features 3D Augmented Reality Gary Barlow front cover

    By 28 May 2012

    Take That star and X Factor judge Gary Barlow can now be seen as a 3D augmented-reality figurine by pointing a mobile device at a special-edition Jubilee issue of Hello! magazine.  The Hello! 3D app is free to download from the Apple App Store and Google...

  • Kingdom of Plants 3D with David Attenborough: The secrets behind the series
    Televisions

    Kingdom of Plants 3D with David Attenborough: The secrets behind the series

    By 23 May 2012

    With the first episode from Sir David Attenborough’s Kingdom of Plants 3D series airing on Sky 3D this weekend, Pocket-lint got to meet the living legend in person, and to get a behind-the-scenes look at how the programme was recorded in 3D. As Sir...

  • Sir David Attenborough: 3D is better suited to plants than animals
    Televisions

    Sir David Attenborough: 3D is better suited to plants than animals

    By 21 May 2012

    Meeting television royalty such as Sir David Attenborough can do funny things to a person. Profuse sweating. Trembling hands. Stuttering words. Obviously, being the seasoned hacks that we are, we didn’t suffer anything other than a mere feeling of admiration....

  • Sky and Sir David Attenborough bringing 3D to the plant world with new TV series
    Online

    Sky and Sir David Attenborough bringing 3D to the plant world with new TV series

    By 21 May 2012

    National treasure and wildlife expert Sir David Attenborough explores the hidden lives of the plant world in a new, three-part series Kingdom of Plants 3D with David Attenborough, from Sky 3D. The series - which begins at 6pm on Saturday, 26 May - was...

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 review
    Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 review

    By 3 May 2012

    Two lenses and two sensors, haven’t we seen this somewhere before? Panasonic’s first stereoscopic pocket camera in the Lumix DMC-3D1 is taking on the Fujifilm Finepix W3 (and W1) before it. Capable of not only 3D stills like its rival, but also 3D...

  • Sky 3D audience growing, new channel hinted
    Home Cinema

    Sky 3D audience growing, new channel hinted

    By 25 April 2012

    Sky is looking at the possibility of splitting its Sky 3D channel in two, creating a dedicated Sky Sports 3D channel in the process. Both Simon Rexworthy, controller of acquisitions at Sky Movies, and Ian Lewis, director of Sky Movies, separately confirmed...

  • LG Optimus Max 3D Europe bound, but UK will have to wait
    Phones

    LG Optimus Max 3D Europe bound, but UK will have to wait

    By 23 April 2012

    LG’s second-generation 3D smartphone is coming to Europe. From today the LG Optimus 3D Max will begin arriving in stores with more three-dimensional content than you’d find in your local multiplex cinema.  Yet LG is still remaining tight-lipped as...

  • Prometheus eyes-on... Preview of 13 minutes of glorious 3D footage
    Home Cinema

    Prometheus eyes-on... Preview of 13 minutes of glorious 3D footage

    By 10 April 2012

    Ridley Scott's sort-of prequel to Alien, Prometheus, is coming to UK cinemas on 1 June, and Pocket-lint was invited to be one of the first outside of 20th Century Fox itself to see actual footage from the movie. Not the trailer. Not small clips shown...

  • Prometheus: Android inspired by Blade Runner not Alien
    Home Cinema

    Prometheus: Android inspired by Blade Runner not Alien

    By 10 April 2012

    Prometheus, Ridley Scott's 3D pseudo-prequel to Alien, features an android character called David, played by Michael Fassbender. And, considering the new film's heritage, you would think that the German-born actor would have used fellow franchise androids...

  • Ridley Scott: 3D isn't brain surgery, it's dead simple
    Home Cinema

    Ridley Scott: 3D isn't brain surgery, it's dead simple

    By 10 April 2012

    It may surprise some but Prometheus, Ridley Scott's prequel to Alien, has been shot in 3D - his first film to be so. Indeed, some might have even believed the English director was not be a fan of the technology. They'd be wrong. And having seen around...

  • No 3D technology for Samsung smartphones
    Phones

    No 3D technology for Samsung smartphones

    By 6 April 2012

    Apple is rumoured to be working on one. HTC and LG already have one. Yet it seems Samsung has no plans to follow suit by introducing 3D technology to its smartphone range. Speculation had been rife that the new Samsung Galaxy S III might house some kind...

  • Toshiba Satellite P855 pictures and hands-on
    Laptops

    Toshiba Satellite P855 pictures and hands-on

    By 7 March 2012

    Toshiba has previously restricted its glasses-less 3D screen technology to its high-end gaming laptops, the Qosmio range. Now the same proprietary tech has been bled down the company's product line, appearing in a mass-consumer Satellite notebook for...

  • LG Optimus 3D Max could still be coming to UK after all
    Phones

    LG Optimus 3D Max could still be coming to UK after all

    By 1 March 2012

    Yesterday, the internet was awash with claims that the LG Optimus 3D Max, the autostereoscopic handset Pocket-lint tried and tested at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, was definitely not coming to the UK. A British retailer "tipped off" numerous tech...

  • LG Optimus 3D Max pictures and hands-on
    Phones

    LG Optimus 3D Max pictures and hands-on

    By 26 February 2012

    LG continues to invest in 3D phones with the launch of the follow up to the LG Optimus 3D - the LG Optimus 3D Max - and we've already managed to bag a hands-on with the new phone at a behind-closed-doors event at Mobile World Congress. First impressions,...

  • LG Optimus 3D Cube to be one of the stars of MWC... called LG Optimus 3D Max in Europe
    Phones

    LG Optimus 3D Cube to be one of the stars of MWC... called LG Optimus 3D Max in Europe

    By 22 February 2012

    LG has continued its pattern of releasing early details of new smartphones that it plans to launch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. This time it's the sequel to the LG Optimus 3D that's been announced, the bizarrely named LG Optimus 3D...