June Playboy to Feature 3D Centerfold

Hugh recently revealed to the Associated Press that Playboy is hoping to capitalize on the success of Avatar and other 3D movies by jumping on the 3D bandwagon and offering some 3D content of its own. "What would people most like to see in 3-D?" Playboy's founder asked. "Probably a naked lady."

And that's what we'll get. In just a few weeks, you'll be able to look at Hope Dworaczyk in the nip, in three dimensions.

However, this isn't the first time Playboy has tried to show off a pair of C's in 3D.  Hugh told the AP that he tried to do something similar in the 50's. "I actually signed a photographer to shoot two nude women in 3D in Chicago," Hugh said. However, the idea was soon scrapped when Hef found out how expensive it would be to include the glasses with the magazine. This time, the cost of the glasses will be footed by HBO. HBO wanted to find a way to promote its show 'True Blood' and including glasses with the show's logo on them seemed like a great way to do that.

Though most Playboy fans will probably be of a different mindset, it seems Hugh isn't exactly sold on 3D technology. A man after my own heart, Hugh tells the AP that when he goes to the cinema, he goes to escape real life and in that instance, "2D is fine with me." For those of you who agree, there'll be plenty of 2D pictures Ms. Dworaczyk in the June issue too. Speaking of Dworaczyk, what does she think of all this? "It's kind of like it says on the rearview mirror," she joked. "Things may appear larger."

(AP via CNet)

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  • thebigt42
    I just read Playboy for the articles
  • gilbertfh
    bogcottonI found it extremely difficult to look away from her eyes to read the article.

    That is only because she is clothed... Then you would say "what eyes" haha
  • misry
    "Things may appear larger."

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  • bogcotton
    I found it extremely difficult to look away from her eyes to read the article.
  • misry
    "Things may appear larger."

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