The majority of television manufacturing companies are releasing their new 3D TV sets over the coming months. Sony and Panasonic will be coming out with their TV sets next year and will be followed by companies like LG and Philips.
All the manufacturers are hoping the success of 3D television sets should be similar to the popularity of 3D movies. The ticket price of 3D movies is 40% higher than the price of 2D movies, as the 3D movies are becoming incredibly popular.
This move in the technology means that 3D movies will also be made by using the Blu-ray technology.
According to the Screen Digest Company, the new 3D televisions will help the manufacturers to drive sales of the new television sets and will also lead to the sales and hike in the price of Blu-ray discs.
The company further predicts that by 2010 more than 1.2 million US homes would have 3D television sets and this figure will rise to 9.7 million by 2013.
Howard Stringer, CEO at Sony said that the new 3D Sony Bravia television sets will be in the market for consumers at some point in the near future.
Lastly, the big players will have same standards for the new television sets which would be in the market by the end of next year.