"Sony has its proprietary LCD panel driving technology to reproduce full HD 3D images on the screen of new Bravia LCD TVs, which will work in sync with new 3D eyewear based on RealD's technology. We are excited to work with RealD in bringing 3D to the home." explained Hiroshi Yoshioka, Executive Deputy President, Sony Corporation.
To celebrate everything 3D, Sony has also announced a new website to show off its 3D endeavours. But don't celebrate right away, the little downer in this news is, that roughly converted from yen, the Sony TDG-BR100 and TDG-BR50 active shutter glasses will cost $133 each, with a June release date. The infrared emitter necessary to drive the glasses will cost $55 extra. (TechRadar)