Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Sony 3D monitor - no longer split screen gaming

AT E3, Sony introduced a new 3D monitor that will allow competitive players the ability to play against someone else and yet have the whole screen to themselves. So, let's say you are playing a tennis match with your brother. You are player A and he is player B. Before you'd have a split screen on one monitor. You'd see player A's game on the left side of the screen and player B's game on the right side of the screen. Well, no more split screen. Now it's just one monitor. Player A puts on his or her glasses, player B puts on his or her glasses and looks at the screen where they will each see their own game filling the monitor - and in 3D. The monitor will be available later this year in a bundle - for $499 you get the 24 inch 3d monitor, two 3D glasses and a copy of the new video game Uncharted 3.

1 comment:

  1. Hello,

    This 3D monitor is light and thin, and can go pretty much anywhere in the house. The 3D display will also come bundled with 3D glasses and an HDMI cable. Colors are bright and contrast is pretty solid, and games look rather beautiful on it. Thank you...