Projector manufacturer Samsung says it was first to introduce 3D into the home in 2007 with its DLP offering and customers can now look forward to a comprehensive line-up of 3D-ready LED, LCD and plasma televisions, as well as 3D Blu-ray players and home cinema systems.

Its representatives point to the LCD 750 series of TVs, which support 3D technology, as a way of making images "leap off the screen" so users feel like they're a part of the action. Meanwhile, the launch of the BD-C6900 Blu-ray player and a 3D Blu-ray home cinema system mean entertainment aficionados can finally revel in 3D content on their Blu-ray player for the first time.

"Our televisions offer incredible picture quality and choice, and coupled with the forthcoming Sky 3D TV service, Samsung customers can look forward to a truly immersive viewing experience," adds Rob Shaw, Samsung's home platforms manager.

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was the setting for Sky's confirmation that its upcoming 3D TV service – featuring movies, arts, entertainment and sport - will be compatible with a wide range of the first 3D-ready TVs to hit the UK – including Samsung's.