If you caught Avatar over the weekend (and really, who didn't?), then you've probably just seen the future of the movie-watching experience. However, I'm not just talking about the experience at the theater, where you pay upwards of $10 a ticket. The Blu-ray Disc Association has just approved format specifications to bring high-def 3D technology to your Blu-rays at home, which means you'll soon be watching all those 3D movies you've come to love on your own couch . . . and save a few bucks by popping your own popcorn to boot.
Of course, in order to get a great picture, you're going to need to invest in a set of quality 3D viewing glasses, high def TV set, and not to mention a Blu-ray player if you don't already have one. The BDA should be releasing its specification to manufacturers soon, so they can start producing Blu-ray players, discs, and TVs that optimize the home 3D movie experience.