This is proper Blu-ray 3D, it will require 3D blu-ray player and 3D TV for 3D watching. Blu-ray 3Ds are, however, backwards compatible with standard blu-ray players so this can be bought by anybody to avoid a later double dip when 3D becomes more readily available
piranha 3d has the old 3d (red green glasses) & the new 3d (shutter glasses). received my copy yesterday.the 3d employed is a conversion and not native 3d. some what lacking in picture depth. i would urge people to get their facts right before posting as theirs to many false post about 3d blurays
Stereoscopic 3d is the 3D tech out there, it refers to the fact that it uses two 2d images to vreate a 3D effect (like your brain does with the two 2d images it gets form your eyes).
All the tech currently on the market is steroscopic, the coloured glasses, the shutter glasses, the polorised glasses and the parrallex barrier method (mostly use on 3d camera backs at the moment, though TVs are appearing with this last one, a glassless method, though pone that requires a central viewing postion).
All but the coloured glasses use the same video feed to create their picture (it is sent as a left/right picture feed), the coloured needing either a pre coloured single picture feed, or a processing engine to combine the two images into one and colour them, a process that is not worth the effort in a new TV, its cheaper, and the pictures better to go with shutter glasses or polorisation.