SAN FRANCISCO — The future of television may be pervasively three dimensional, but the technology could be a passing fascination, says CNET senior editor John Falcone. It is just too early to say.
We caught up with John last week at CNET's San Francisco offices for a demo night of 3-D televisions, clips and games.
Yesterday's telecast of the Master's Tournament in 3-D has been getting some good notices.
Andy Plesser, Executive Producer