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Does it involve red/blue coloured glasses? If so it is a bit of a waste of time IMO. You can't watch anything for more than 20 minutes without feeling ill with those!I've also seen the Philips 3D TVs that worked without glasses but they weren't that impressive and the resolution was very poor.The only decent 3D I have seen is either in the cinema using polarised glasses or on a PC using LCD shuttered ones. Both of which are fairly impractical for TV.
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I would like the chance to expierience 3dtv but if it is with the coloured glasses then forget it, I am almost blind in 1 eye so those glasses just dont work, Ive never tried the polarised ones so i dont know if they would work. If somewhere down the line they brought out 3dtvs with good quality and no need for glasses then i would buy 1 but in the meantime im happy with just hdtv
What the point people that are blind in 1 eye put on the coloured glasses will only get a 2D image. So there is no point waste of money if you ask me.
It's a fad. Manufacturers/Content suppliers seeking new ways to sell us AV equipment all over again. Just like HD really ;)And, yes, Stereoscopic vision is required to see in "3D".
what about people who cant see well ?but still i like 3Dmaybe more if 3D would be in HD cause am in LOVE with HD lol
Sky making next move 3Dand we still dancing around 4 or is 5 HD CHANNEL'SVIRGIN MEDIA what your NEXT move?if you dont have none and still sleeping around, by the time your UPyou would have lost US all too skyNext MOVE is yourSTEAM UP WITH SONY OR SOME SHIT LIKE THAT .
People with vision in one eye cannot see in 3D in the real world. 2 separate placed visual sources are essential to establish distance.
I believe this is something which is waiting for technology to catch up. Nobody wants to wear silly glasses all the time just to watch their HDTVs, and I gather the current glasses-free versions are less than impressive. If someone cracks the tech, then it may be something big, but until then it will remain a novelty at best.
3d from Surfdev, a specialist scanning service performed by a reverse engineer company.
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