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Sony Boss Skeptical of 3D on A Portable

Posted on Friday, January 28 @ 18:28:29 Eastern by


The Nintendo 3DS, launching late March in the US, has stereoscopic 3D without the need for glasses, a point which Sony boss Andrew House believes isn't ready for the portable scene:

We view 3D as having the greatest potential, in the near term, in what I would call a dedicated entertainment environment. And that's in the home, around the television, and where it's a shared experience... We struggle a little bit to see how that 3D, shared experience translates to portable devices as they currently stand.

Since Sony's Bravia TVs are some of the most well-known 3DTVs, it might seem strange that Sony isn't a part of the 3D portable scene with the recently announced Next Generation Portable. But that doesn't faze Andrew House:

In the development process, we had studied the possibility of introducing stereoscopic 3D feature(s) to NGP, but decided not to install it. After careful consideration of our goal of offering users the ultimate portable entertainment experience with a revolutionary user interface, we have decided to focus on the features and specs...

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