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anybody got one?
have you tried PS3's 3D games?
they look pretty affordable, not much more than a regular tv... been thinking about whether it's worth it or not
next year maybe
if the technology advances to not have to wear stupid glasses....Im in!
3D can be a little much after an hour or 2 of watching it....
doesn't seem like there's much content for it yet
yeah, I saw one at the sony style shop. Looks nice but you have to wear those glasses in order to see it. 3D technology got big again because of avatar, but no movies have achieved the realism from it.
I think it's a big risk to get it now, it looks like that technology is being explored right now and will most likely get better very soon.
That being said, I can see me being tired of wearing those glasses in the second week and never using them again
minecraft supports 3d; i wouldn't mind playing my video games
looks like the next spiderman will be in 3d and glasses won't be needed. That's it, that tv is dead.
there are games that integrate both playstation move and 3D. that's gotta be interesting
I have a 3D tv. I hardly use the 3D feature. Watched few tv shows using 3D engine but it felt like watching South Park. But South Park on 3D was great.
The only 3D movie that really impressed me was Coraline. A lot of time it just becomes a gimmick and can give you a headache.
people are used to not having to "prepare" to wear a movie.
it's harder to even get crowds to the theaters anymore because home viewing is more comfortable, it doesn't make sense to have to change how people behave and prepare to watch a movie at home by adding 3d glasses, unless the quality is REALLY incredible, like holograms or something like that. It's hard to see it catch on at the level 3D is today. (for home/ daily use at least)
then again, what do I know? maybe other people can't wait to put on glasses to watch the news or re runs parker lewis
the glasses don't bother me. i wear shades all the time with no issues and with the TV glasses they're not even dark or anything
meh. didn't think it was so great. but it might lower the prices on the other tv's so, overall that good then. hah. :-)
video games will be a big thing in 3d. so will porn probably
It's gotta be bad for your eyes right....My eyes usually feel a little tweeked after a 3D movie
from what i understand 3d tvs don't use the polarized glasses we use at the cinema.
instead the home glasses have an electronic shutter in them that closes one eye, then the other at rates so fast it's not noticeable. the movie itself interlaces "right image" and "left image" at the same rate and your brain melds the two into a 3d effect
I got a headache and the sales guy was telling me it can trigger seizures, not cause, trigger them like strobes. I liked how he clarified that for me.