A few of us recently had the opportunity to take a look at new 3D technology now being introduced from Panasonic. This is the same 3D technology that has been shown off at a Japanese trade show. Now mind you, there is a lot of different 3D technology out there from a handful of companies trying to vie for making theirs the "standard" that gets adopted from the industry. I have seen a lot of these 3D demonstrations at CEDIA this year, and honestly, all of them have been rather unimpressive when you put them up against the technology that Panasonic has rolled out. The problem with much of the 3D that I have seen is that overall picture quality is degraded when viewing it through needed eyewear. Though all the technologies being introduced from companies such as Daylight and Mitsubishi are a huge step up from what you see through the cardboard glasses that come with a DVD/Blu-ray title, the end result seems to always be the same --- overall picture quality is compromised. Panasonic has introduced technology that gives outstanding 3D response with absolutely no degradation to the high definition picture. Imagine watching a stunningly crisp and detailed HD presentation on a 103" plasma screen with action jumping right off the screen with no sacrifice in quality. I was with a handful of individuals who witnessed the demonstration alongside me and were as equally blown away with what we saw. They will be offering their comments in this thread. For the moment, this is the technology to beat. It is my hope that the studios take notice of what Panasonic is offering and quickly adopt it as a standard and begin supporting a rollout so that we may all be enjoying stunning 3D in our homes in the near future.