3-D video gaming aspires to become spectacle (AP)

Sony senior producer Travis Williams, left, trains Jen Steele, right, to play on a 3D console on a Sony Playstation 3 at the 3D Gaming Summit held at the Universal City in Los Angeles on Thursday, April 22, 2010. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP – For movie goers, watching a 3-D film is a relatively easy experience. Audiences didn’t need to do anything other than pay a few extra bucks and slip on a pair of special glasses to see 3-D versions of “Avatar” or “Alice in Wonderland.” For gamers, however, enjoying a 3-D game requires a bigger investment on their part.

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