In 10 or 15 years, your laptop may come with a 3-D stereoscopic screen as a standard feature, predicts James Cameron, who's directing the 3-D science fiction epic Avatar, due in December 2009. And most DVD players and home theater systems may be 3-D as well. He's making Avatar so it'll look good in regular 2-D theaters, but also with one eye on a future he thinks will be dominated by 3-D. His interview with the Hollywood Reporter is full of jargon about how his "simulcam" and "facial recognition system" can turn shots of leotard-clad real actors into virtual shots that he can re-light and "re-shoot" from different angles long after the actors have gone home. [Hollywood Reporter]