Panasonic is the next to jump on the 3D bandwagon, and their announcement today keeps this new technology moving forward but at an affordable price. Their 3DTV Play, lets you connect your compatible GeForce-based desktop or notebook PC to a full HD 3D TV. 3DTV Play has been designed so that you use the active-shutter (or passive) glasses supplied with the new 3D TVs, with the synchronization between the TV and the PC happening over the HDMI 1.4 interface. This means you will be able to play your entire library of 3D games including watching 3D Blu-ray movies, etc… But the best part is Panasonic is letting everyone see their new technology for themselves on a 15 city road trip that will let
you see 3DTV Play in action on new Panasonic VIERA full HD 3D TVs. 3DTV Play will be available later this spring and retail for $39.99.