Sony may have stole the spotlight at CES, but Microsoft says it has 3D plans of its own.
"From the technical standpoint, we are fully 3D capable. We have 3D games running today," said Greenberg at CES last week. Despite the console's 3D readiness, however, Greenberg says that Microsoft won't be rushing to implement 3D technologies on a mainstream level anytime soon.
"As consumer interest for 3D grows, we'll grow with it," said Greenberg. "I think right now we're unsure what level of interest there is from consumers to really want a 3D experience in the living room. Many, many years from now when it becomes a reality, we absolutely can support it, we do support it today. If developers want to make more 3D games, they can."
It seems Microsoft are one of the few major-league manufacturers that haven't taken a sip of the 3D Kool-Aid. Do you think Microsoft has the right idea, or are they taking a risk by not taking a stronger stance with 3D? Share your thoughts below.