The future of home entertainment is with doubt going to be 3D. Experts predict that a quarter of televisions sold in 2014 will be in 3D. This shows a sign of incredible potential in the way millions of people view home entertainment.
3D TVs will not only revolutionise the way in which people watch live sport and satellite movies but also create a whole new breed of home DVD bluray players. Sony, for one, are already in final stages of developing a dedicated 3D DVD player capable of streaming high quality 3D visual affects directly to a 3D television.
Since the launch of the flat screen television the market place has grown massively with people rushing in their millions to purchase a thin, flat television. However, entertainment technology manufacturers are now using the arrival of 3D to create entirely new home entertainment systems and cinemas. The highly anticipated Samsung 3D Home Entertainment System will consist of three elements, combining to create a revolutionary home visual entertainment experience. The 3D high definition Samsung television will be matched with a bluray disc player and surround sound audio system. A complete system with the capabilities of competing with professional cinema experiences.
The purpose of a 3D blu-ray disc player is to provide a storage device which has an advanced capability in comparison to standard DVD formats. Capable of storing up eight times as much data. Providing a higher picture quality, larger audio files and extra content. Providing better entertainment and value for money than DVDs.
The arrival of high powered computer desktops, laptops and 3D disk drives will also enable us to watch 3D movies on devices other the television. Providing a completely flexible method of watching and enjoying 3D movies.