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3D: Hype or Innovation? by Margot Douaihy

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Sure, we love Avatar, but is 3D all smoke and no fire?

Is 3D genuine progress, giving us more depth and dimension to our visual experience, or, is it a plot for manufacturers to sell more of the latest and greatest?

1080p looks phenomenal to me...why is 3D even necessary? What do you think?

To dive into the debate, comment here and read 3D HDTV: What You Don't Know, by PC Magazine's Lance Ulanoff.

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