Sony CEO Howard Stringer announced last week they are fully behind the standardization of Blu-ray 3D. Sony will support full HD 3D, and he also said that it would release screens to support the development, alongside a new generation of Blu-ray machines. He also mentioned that the PlayStation 3 would be upgradeable to support the new 3D format. This could prove to be a very important step in giving a the new format a good start. Giving millions of PS3 owners 3D playback with a simple software update. It should be noted that the 3D format requires a new TV and special glasses (not the cardboard type.)
great to hear this.. at least we know that despite coming up with the new slim version, sony has not left us older users empty-handed. thanks sony.. article from DVDTown.