mavrach wrote:Nothing good here:
- The glasses: $200ish each? You need one for every family member. Then you need more for guests. Not feasible.
- Are these TV's usable for non-3D viewing?
- 3D still isn't perfected and has a lot of problems. I just see it as a bunch of 2D planes overlaying each other. So you have a 2D person in the foreground, with another 2D set in the background, maybe some interim 2D objects in between.
- Not to mention that everything is in focus which completely messes with your eyes. Look at some of the Pixar movies, which intentionally de-focus the background to give a better effect.
I don't think we'll have 3D TV for a good long time, and it will have to be the point of holographic displays or multiple-layer projections or something.
Steve T Power wrote: I prefer the color and feel of my rear-projection anyway.
HGervais wrote:We need a couple of more true 3D movies like Avatar before I think it makes any kind of dent, although this weekend's big numbers for Clash of the Titans probably helps making the format a little sexier for the home consumer. Granted I have heard the 3D is pretty horrible for it since the movie was in no way, shape or form concieved or shot for 3D but as in most businesses, money talks.
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