Stereo-3D Graphics Is Property of Next-Generation Consoles - Nvidia.http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/disp ... vidia.html
BTW, I find it funny how the article is based on one simple quote from NV:
"Stereo-3D will be a part of future game consoles," said an exec for Nvidia, during the company's financial analyst day 2011.
Oh yea, that's where the ball is rolling right now. It's like a snowball picking up pace down the hill with PS3 and Xbox360 starting to have 3D games, plus the huge success of 3DS launch in Japan. This is where the $$$ is (now that everybody already has a 1080p screen, companies have to figure a way to continue to "wow" them with new stuff to squeeze the $$ out of them).
The 3D movies are taking off slowly now (for Blu-ray), despite the majority of Bluray players in the stores now supporting 3D. One problem is that the current 3DTV with HDMI 1.4a only seems to do only 30Hz shutter per eye, for 60Hz total. When I watch the 1080p movies, the flicker is unbearable. It's just as bad as setting your old CRT at 60Hz. When I play 3D games with my 3D glasses at 120Hz or 140Hz, the flicker is nowhere as bad as on 3DTV's. This is a serious problem that really needs to be resolved ASAP before 3D Bluray movies become commonplace. The glasses also need to be cheaper, BTW (and as light/comfortable as possible). Remember how people spent $90 on HDMI cables when they were "new" (and they still do today), it's the same thing with glasses. Soon, 3D glasses will flood the market and we'd be able to find decent ones for under $30 a pair, like with headphones.