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January 12, 2010

Samsung forms 3D partnership with Dreamworks

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by David Allen

It seems that no matter where you look at the CES 2010 in Las Vegas, 3D is the technology being spoken about the most.

Like children with a new toy, the industry has been motivated by the 3D technology and it couldn’t have come a better time.

One of the latest developments is a tie up between the electrical manufacturer Samsung and the Hollywood studio Dreamworks Animation (DWA).

The partnership will work on a 3D technology that can be adapted into televisions and blu-ray players.

In fact it seems that DWA will be using a 3D version of the film ‘Monster Vs Aliens’ to demonstrate the 3D technology with Samsung equipment.

The new Samsung 3D technology has the capability to turn any 2D programme into 3D.

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