Sony’s 3D Blu-ray update for its PS3 console will apparently arrive sometime in September, which is a few weeks earlier than expected. Aside from the initial update, there will also be another update in the pipe that will add support for 3D YouTube, and 3D photos that use the .mpo format. With the second patch, users will be able to capture 3D photos from supported cameras and view the content from a PS3 and 3D compatible TVs. Supported cameras will include the recently announced Cyber-shot cameras that support 3D photo capture. There are already a few 3D games in the pipeline, which include Killzone 3, Motorstorm Apocalypse, and Gran Turismo 5.
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