Fox Exec Danny Kaye Explains Why 3D Will Take Over The Home Viewing Experience
John Gaudiosi of Forbes.com says that for early adopters like himself, it seems like it’s been a long wait to finally get Hollywood 3D spectacles like James Cameron’s Avatar and Titanic and Ridley Scott’s Prometheus home on Blu-ray 3D. Those of us who upgraded to 3D early haven’t had much to watch the past couple of years, although there have been some excellent 3D video games on PlayStation 3 like MotorStorm Apocalypse, Gran Turismo 5, MLB 12: The Show, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One and NBA 2K13.
Now gamers will be able to use the PlayStation 3’s Blu-ray 3D capabilities to watch a great selection of 3D movies from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, including Avatar, Prometheus, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and a newly converted 3D version of I, Robot. Danny Kaye, EVP, Global Research & Tech Strategy, at Twentieth Century Fox, discusses how Fox is adding a third dimension to big catalog titles and explains why 3D TV sales will continue to spike in this exclusive interview: