If you’re running a nice but older TV that doesn’t support 3D and don’t feel like kicking it to the curb to upgrade, then there’s a new (albeit pricey) option to consider. The 3DFury will be shipping in a few days and takes pretty much any 3D signal, including the industry standard HDMI 1.4 like BluRay or PS3, and issues its own active glasses sync signal and reformats it for your TV.
If your HDTV or projector can play regular non-3D games and Blu-ray movies then the 3Dfury will work for you and will turn your existing HDTV or projector into a 3D home theater!
If your HDTV or projector cannot play HDMI content because it lacks of a HDMI input, 3Dfury can still turn it into a 3D home theater, thanks to the embedded HDMI to analog converter based on HDfury technology. The 3Dfury supports every 3D signal type in existence today including frame-packing, side-by-side, top-bottom.
Not so sure how well this will work honestly, but it’s an interesting option. It supports frame-packing, side-by-side, top-bottom, and others, and includes updatable firmware to add even more. The gadget will retail for $399.