by Chad Hunter
Stereoscopy was big back in the 1980’s and it seems to have come back. Three-dimensional (3D) viewing has found its way once again into big theatre releases and now video gaming. With big games carrying the enhanced viewing emblem, players have found themselves at a loss – most home televisions were bought before the 3D revolution as of late.
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCE) has come up with a proposed solution – the official Sony 3D display 24” LCD screen with full HD 1080p. With a price tag of $499, there are about five hundred reasons to not make the purchase. However, are there any reasons to buy Sony’s solution? Yes, there are a solid five.