With CES 2010 going on last week the future of HDTV was unveiled, 3D technology. It was one of the topics most discussed in HDTVs at this year's CES. Every top brand has announced a new 3D HDTV including LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, and Toshiba. Also, the first 3D blu-ray title was announced, Monsters vs. Aliens by DreamWorks Animation with more coming in the near future. I am especially looking forward to seeing James Cameron’s Avatar in 3D outside the theater. Not only movies are going 3D, DIRECTV is also following this trend by broadcasting 3D channels in June 2010. The first network going 3D will be ESPN, bringing the 2010 FIFA World Cup in 3D and Discovery has also announced they will be broadcasting a 3D network. This technology will require us to buy a new 3D HDTV ($1000+), a new 3D blu-ray player ($300+), new 1.4 HDMI cables ($5-$10/ft) as opposed to the 1.3 HDMI cables most households currently use (which are incompatible with 3D), and also those stylish glasses ($200+) that we will all have to wear. This technology will soon (try) invade all of our entertainment. I personally like going to watch 3D movies and would love to watch and be immersed in ESPN and Discovery in 3D, but to spend at least another $2000 in equipment is a bit out of my range and what would I do with all the equipment I already have?