While it runs a bit pricey for a point-and-shoot compact camera (around $600), if you’re into 3D image capture, it is probably worth it. But if you want hard copy prints, it's going to cost you ($6.99/print.) Instead of using glasses to view the 3D image, the prints have a plastic lenticular sheet layered over it to produce the desired effect.
Ant has previously detailed the next new wave of filmmaking technology showcased at the NAB 2010 Tradeshow, but if you need your 3D fix now and you have the dough, this camera may be the way to go.
Now excuse me while I dust off my Arnold Schwarzenegger pillowcase. I've got some Terminator to revisit (hear that Cameron?!)