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LG CF3D – the First 3D Full HD Projector on the Market

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The wide-ranging CF3D is a first 3D projector with a single lens offering both an astounding 2500 ANSI lumens brightness and a high contrast ratio of 7000:1. Until now used only in flat screen HD TVs, TruMotion 120 Hz technology was included for higher quality of images.

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Vuzix Wrap 310 – video eyewear

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Vuzix Wrap 310 feature twin high-resolution video displays which project a 55-inch screen and also removable noise isolating earphones are included.

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3D games for PlayStation 3 at CES

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At this year’s CES Sony presented a spectacular demo of ‘Wipeout HD’ space racing game in 3D.

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Vuzix iWear VR920

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The Vuzix iWear AV920-C is the next cool peripheral for your gaming console. For all of those players who like to have friends over, but hate the fact that your friend can look over at your side of the screen, the Vuzix iWear can be worn over your eyes and lets you see only one quadrant as a full screen, meaning each player sporting the Vuzix iWear can see only their own screen.
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Bladez 3D Outdoor Helicopter

Bladez HelicopterThis is the next generation in affordable R/C helicopters! The Bladez 3D Outdoor Helicopter is perfect for intermediate R/C enthusiasts, being able to fly outdoors and sporting a 3-channel control system. The Bladez 3D is ready-to-fly and can provide the excellent handling and precision that you want out of your R/C helicopter.

Not made for the novice pilot, the Bladesz 3D is agile and responsive, making it a great option for the intermediate flyer. Its robust design means it can take some punishment, and you can feel the power that its electric engine provides from the very first time it takes off. Take note, you may want to avoid flying it indoors, its powerful rotors could do some damage in the wrong hands!
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