Asking for that new 3-D laptop from Lenovo for Christmas?
Wanting more 3-D experience beyond video games and virtual reality that companies such as Virtual Heroes and Epic Games in the Triangle are helping to develop?
Hoping to get one of those new 3-D TVs along with ample 3-D entertainment?
Hollywood is listening.
Warner Bros. says it will release six 3-D movies on Blu-ray ahead of the holidays, while Sony Pictures announced one more. That alleviates concerns that studios have tied up too many movies in exclusive release deals with television manufacturers.
Warner Bros. said last week that it will release "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," "Clash of the Titans," "The Polar Express," and three Imax documentaries in November. Sony Pictures will release "Open Season."
U.K. research firm Screen Digest has reported that more than 70 percent of the 25 3-D titles available for the home this year would be tied to buying a specific brand of 3-D TV.
Now there will be at least 32 3-D movies available, with 19 tied to the purchase of a specific TV.
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