While there is consumer interest in high-end 3-D TV's, the costs for the TV's,  3-D Blu-ray players and glasses is slowing adoption, says Ross Rubin lead technology analyst at the NPD Group.

What might drive adoption could be consumer generated 3-D content made possible by new cameras, not just Hollywood releases, he says.

Today, CNET reported on the slow adoption of 3-D TV's vs. Internet-enabled ones.  More on the soft 3-D marketplace by Ryan Lawler at New Tee Vee.

More on consumer future of 3-D according to Microsoft's Craig Mundie in this report in Technology Review.

Andy Plesser