Panasonic’s booth at IFA 2010 boasts a pretty impressive 3D mass display which will merge Panasonic’s very own range of 3D TVs that start from 42-inches, going all the way to 152-inches. Not only that, there is also a 152-inch 3D theatre that is touted to offer visitors the ultimate 3D experience (and in the process, hopes to underline Panasonic’s supposed superior picture quality compared to its competitors). Not only that, Panasonic will showcase an end-to-end 3D story by physically demonstrating benefits that consumer camcorders and 3D TVs can deliver within a 3D shooting area. Basically, the 3D shooting area as it is called, enables guests to “shoot” themselves in 3D at a fixed shooting station. Could active shutter glasses be the next best selling consumer electronics peripheral?