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Porn Goes 3D With 'Kama-Sutra,' 3D Playboy Centerfold

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UPDATED 05/21/2010
Film heavyweights Roger Ebert and Francis Ford Coppola have both ripped 3D movies as little more than a "juvenile abomination" and way to "make you pay more money," but the adult entertainment industry has been seduced by the new technology.

Kama-Sutra, from the French pornography producer Marc Dorcel (website NSFW), has been hailed as the "first 3D porn full feature film made for modern stereoscopic TVs," according to Gizmodo.

The flick from Dorcel, called the "Hugh Hefner of European porn", was made using 3D cameras and requires viewers to wear 3D glasses to enjoy the full effect.

Kama-Sutra may be taking advantage of new tech, but it doesn't seem to be the first. The movie follows in the footsteps of other 3D adult films, including "Octopussy 3D: A XXX Parody" (released in April 2010, according to a HuffPost reader) and "Whorrie Potter and the Sorcerer's Balls."

Separately, Hugh Hefner has announced that he will run a 3D centerfold in an upcoming issue of Playboy magazine.

New technology has regularly been embraced by the adult entertainment industry, which has been called tech's "quiet pioneer."

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