Californians get Samsung's 4K media player first
Mo' pixels, mo' money
More time to save for a 4K Blu-ray player?
Forget Full HD, it's all about UHD now
UHD Blu-ray headed for shops by end of 2015
Name and specs revealed ahead of 2015 launch
World's first 4K Blu-ray player on display at CES 2015
Physical media plans to roll with the Ultra HD
Sony and Panasonic have announced that they're developing a new 300GB optical disc format to be launched by the end of 2015
The CEO of media streaming brand Roku believes that Blu-ray is about to peak and people won’t be using disc players four years from now.
Thanks to its deal with blinkbox, Tesco is offering free online versions of film to those who purchase a physical DVD or Blu-ray.
The final 3D Blu-ray to come under scrutiny in this round up is actually a pretty spectacular visual success for the most part – so long as your 3D display is up to it.
As well as being a fun film, Despicable Me is another pretty impressive animated argument for 3D.
Tim Burton’s quirky telling of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale is yet another film that wasn’t shot in 3D but was converted to 3D in post production.
From the trailers, this comic book movie adaptation looked full of 3D promise.
If Avatar is 3D’s poster boy, then Clash of the Titans is the black sheep everyone would rather forget about.
This has become another classic bit of 3D demo material, especially the sequence on the Golden Gate Bridge.
Animated films account for a disproportionately high proportion of the 3D film ‘canon’, - especially if, like Tangled, their visuals are generated by computers.
Branagh refused to direct Thor in 3D on the actually pretty reasonable grounds that he didn’t feel comfortable shooting such a large-scale production using techniques.
Like Avatar, the fourth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean series was actually shot using 3D cameras.
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