Sony Corp. will unveil a 3-D-capable LCD TV set by the end of next year, the Financial Times reports.
According to the report, "Speaking at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, Sir Howard Stringer, Sony chief executive, will announce plans not only to sell 3D Bravia television sets, but to make Sony’s Vaio laptop computers, PlayStation3 games consoles and Blu-ray disc players compatible with the technology.
"Mr. Stringer is expected to tell the audience: ‘Today, 3D is clearly on its way to the mass market through technology, distribution and content.’ "
One potential problem with the advent of 3D TV is that there is no single 3D standard for TV manufactuerers to follow, the report says.
–Elizabeth Jensen and Chuck Ross