Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson was concerned over plans to delay the release of his G.I. Joe sequel so it could be converted to 3D, branding the decision "a risky thing to do".
Researchers have developed a way to put 3D video on mobile devices with a much wider viewing angle.
James Cameron gave fans a jaw-dropping glimpse inside his record-breaking solo dive to the ocean's deepest point by presenting his first 3D clips of the journey on Sunday.
James Cameron is taking his expertise in 3D filming to China to teach other moviemakers how to take advantage of the groundbreaking technology.
Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson's G.I. Joe sequel has been pushed back nine months so film experts can convert the action movie into 3D.
Will Smith was wary of signing up to make the new Men In Black sequel in 3D because he feared the story would suffer if director Barry Sonnenfeld got carried away with the new technology.
Martin Scorsese says he has become so enamoured with 3D filmmaking that he expects to use the technology in all his future projects.
British actor Mackenzie Crook struggled throughout filming for the new Tintin movie because he found the motion-capture method of shooting "frustrating".
Peter Berg refuses to shoot his new blockbuster in 3D because the format gives him a headache.
Daniel Craig has praised movie bosses for refusing to release Cowboys & Aliens in 3D.
Plans for giant 3D screenings of Rugby World Cup matches are under threat, because hardly anyone is buying tickets.
The Transformers robots have put their 3D ticket-price advantage to good use.
With the 3DS, Nintendo is betting that it can once again nudge mass entertainment in a new direction.
Nintendo's latest game machine, offering glasses-free 3-D images, went on sale in Japan on Saturday ahead of a global rollout, and analysts say it promises to be the world's first 3-D mass-market product.
Powerful business interests are betting 3D will be the future of entertainment, despite a major drawback: it makes millions of people uncomfortable or sick.
TV makers believe they could blame disappointing sales of 3D TVs last year partly on the bulky glasses they came with.
James Cameron has offered Indian moviemakers the chance to use the special 3D technology which made Avatar a worldwide hit.
Japanese electronics maker Toshiba said Tuesday it is developing technology for a 3D television that won't require special glasses.
Several high-profile film directors have spoken out against the 3D phenomenon, raising questions about how much longer ‘the Avatar effect’ will last.
There are fears among some eye experts in the US that 3D television may be bad for eye health.
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