Vlad Savov of The Verge writes:
There’s something about 2013′s Consumer Electronics Show that’s different from every other iteration this decade. You might not realize it immediately, for it’s marked by the absence rather than the arrival of a new technology, but it’s there and we’re all sensing it on a deep, subconscious level. And it feels good.
3D is gone.
I have never owned a 3D-dedicated piece of hardware, and I don’t intend on ever buying one. I’m glad that this turned into the fad I hoped it would become. It may not be completely dead yet (see: Nintendo 3DS), but lack of presence at CES is certainly a sign of its decline.