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3D TV is finally, blessedly, mercifully, dead — will VR follow suit?

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The last manufacturers are dropping 3D from TV sets going forward. Many of the same headwinds that killed the 3D business could be trouble for virtual reality as well.

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Drowning in drones at CES 2017

Drones were everywhere at CES 2017

While last year saw drones have their first really big year at CES, this year featured an explosion of different form factors, as well as aggressively priced models that are bringing pro features within reach for hobbyists.

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Kodak might give back my Kodachrome, or at least let me buy more

For decades most people experienced the world in Kodachrome colors, like this image of a farmer near Kalaw, Myanmar. Copyright David Cardinal.

Kodachrome featured one of the most-iconic film looks ever. Now, six years after dead-ending it, Kodak hints it may bring it back.

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CES 2017 kicked off the year 360-degree and VR capture could hit the mass market

LucidCam 180-degree 3D consumer camera

With over a million high-end headsets shipped, and many millions of Gear VR and Cardboard units, 2017 will finally see a reasonable market for compelling VR content.

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3D printing gets a big boost at CES 2017

The 3D printer marketplace was as large as ever at CES 2017

3D printing has alternated between being over-hyped and underrated. But each year’s CES provides a great chance to take stock of what’s possible.

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