The CEA, you know the company that produces the Consumer Electronics Show, conducted a study on the interest of 3D gaming and announced the results at the LA Games Conference.
Here’s what they found out.
- 1 in 4 interested in home 3D video game experience.
- 1 in 2 people who saw a 3D movie in the last 12 months are interested in playing 3D games at home.
- 1 in 5 say playing video games in 3D would be their primary reason for buying a 3DTV.
Within twelve months, Nintendo will release the Nintendo 3DS, a handheld with a 3D screen that doesn’t require glasses. Sony is preparing 3D versions of games like Motorstorm 2 (pictured), Super Stardust HD, and Gran Turismo 5. Microsoft has not announced any plans for 3D gaming so far.