James Cameron

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James Cameron, creator of the 3D blockbuster Avatar, believes that Nintendo's 3DS could be the “entry level” device for mainstream consumers. Cameron recently launched his own 3D technology company, Cameron Pace Group at the 2011 National Association of Broadcasters conference. While there, Yahoo spoke to Cameron about Nintendo's new portable and the future of the 3D entertainment industry.

"Videogames are going to help propel the autostereoscopic (glasses free) play because that's going to be the entry level

Everyone at Big Picture Big Sound has been thrilled to see 3D TV prices come down this year while quality continues to improve. We're guessing that we are not alone. However, just when you thought it was safe to buy a 3D TV, James Cameron says there may be a reason to wait. The self-proclaimed king of the world was out in Las Vegas this week, telling audiences at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show that he believes high quality glasses-free 3D TVs may be as few as five years out.  And in the meanwhile, he believes passive

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — The studios’ home entertainment presidents had mixed news to share Nov. 2 at Blu-Con, the third annual Blu-ray Disc convention. DVD sales are down 14% to date, according to Ron Sanders, president of Warner Home Video and board president for DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group, which hosted the event. And the overall home entertainment business is still reeling from a rough economic climate, where consumers have turned to rental over sellthrough in droves. But Blu-ray sales are up 86%, and high-def disc is expected to generate $2 billion in revenue this year.

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