At the IFA in Berlin, Sony put on a pretty impressive show. I have to say, their 3D tv technology is really something to keep an eye on (prototype status as of now). Since my eyes are a little jacked up (from birth), I normally can't see any of those 3D things (red/green stuff, magic eye etc.), cause my brain can't combine the two pictures of my eyes into one properly. But this stuff EVEN WORKED FOR ME! This made me really happy, cause I approached it thinking "oh great, another new 3D technology that I can't see..." I'm not sure how the technology works. When I asked one of the clowns on the show room, he said "well, uh, the tv puts out a special kind of picture, and the glasses make it 3D". Wow, no kidding, thanks dude! Without the glasses, it looks like the picture is doubled and overlayed maybe half an inch apart. From what I gathered, the TV has to do 200Hz, so maybe it's alternating the two "channels", 100Hz each? Not sure if that would make sense. The glasses kinda look like sunglasses, they just darken the rest of your surroundings. And there is active technology in the glasses too - you had to point them at a sensor above the tv to get them out of standby mode. (conserves batteries that way) They had a demo video running of a bunch of games - LBP, Killzone2, some Baseball game, and Motorstorm. All looked great through the glasses. WipePut was the only playable one, and it really made me want that TV! Supposedly the goal is for the TV to be able to turn every signal you feed it into a 3D picture down the line. Not sure if that is even possible though - how would it know what parts of the picture to put in the front/back, unless it's embedded in the signal somehow? But I am really not tech-savvy enough to have an opinion on this... I guess we will see.