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PC Pro has news that NVIDIA has announced 3D Blu-ray movies will start showing up in the summer of next year, saying the Blu-ray association has approved the 3D Blu-ray specification. Word is HDMI 1.3 has enough throughput to handle the 60Mbit/second 3D will require, but that current Blu-ray players probably don't have the horsepower for the task, with the possible exception of the PS3. Viewing 3D movies will also require a screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate and the use of shutter glasses. HotHardware has more details and shots of some hardware. Thanks Slashdot.
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