For many parents, seeing the ultrasound of their child can be an important part of the pregnancy experience. But what if one (or both) of the parents are blind? Now, thanks to 3D ultrasound technology, blind parents, too, can “see” their baby in utero.
It doesn't take a scientist to know that pictures of boobs are better in 3D. Wait, no, apparently it does. According to a new study, 3D mammograms can increase the detection rate of breast cancer as well as decrease the rate of false alarms.
In her ongoing campaign to become the most endearing monarch in British history, Queen Elizabeth II recently filmed a Christmas address in which she said some awfully nice things about the Olympians who visited her country this summer. The address will be broadcast for the first time ever in 3D, but what is perhaps…
Is your dick so glorious that you think it needs a twin-dick? Well then I have the event for you! Right now in New York City, 3Dea is happening, a popup store/printing lab that shines a light on the art of 3D printing. The gist of it: You can get pretty much anything printed in 3D, including your penis. Yay,…
The "toy shop of the future" involves customizable 3-D printed dolls, apparently. Cool in theory, but they look like creepy aliens in reality. (They are bone white and have pointed ears and I think they're going to collaborate with the bionic mannequins and take over the world.)
Literary classic The Great Gatsby is not a twisted work of science fiction. It's not an epic fantasy full of made-up creatures, or a gory horror tale designed to scare the crap out of you. But like recent sci-fi, fantasy and horror movies, the new Great Gatsby film will be in 3D. And director Baz Luhrmann thinks it…
Yes, the Great American Novel will be adapted for people wearing very silly glasses and will be shot in a country that is not America. Kind of like how in Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments, all of the Egyptians were played by white people in brunette wigs and bronzer, plus Yul Brynner, who was Russian.
The director adds, of the movie made by his ex-wife: "It wouldn't have been hugely better in 3D, but I'm talking about a future when you don't have to put 'in 3D' on the movie poster anymore."
Life was hard enough for those of us who wear glasses. Slipping down your nose in hot weather, flying off during exercise, inhibiting kissing: we deal with these quotidian indignities. But now, the unkindest cut of all: movies in 3D.