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What is so special about a 3d tv vs a regular tv? I guess i dont understand why the image cant be shifted for 3d.

My Epson 8350 projector is not 3d, but i guess i dont understand why it cant display a shifted 3d image that glass's can decode.

Can anyone explain this to me.

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something to do with the picturs moving between frames and the glasses "shuttering" to catch it whatever that means.

i think each frame is shifted a little to the left or right...
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Yeh, the active 3d system has the glasses that shutter to restrict sequences of images from being seen from one eye. This is what can cause a lot of people to have headaches, if you pay attention enough, you can see the flickering.

Then whatever the tv is doing to transmit that signal to the glasses and how it's displayed on the tv. Then there's the newer flickerless glasses that are the same as the one's you get at the theater. I'm not a big fan at all of the active 3d system myself.
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Shouldnt any TV/projector be able to do 3d to some extent? With side shifted images and traditional glass's?
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Yeh, the active 3d system has the glasses that shutter to restrict sequences of images from being seen from one eye. This is what can cause a lot of people to have headaches, if you pay attention enough, you can see the flickering.

Then whatever the tv is doing to transmit that signal to the glasses and how it's displayed on the tv. Then there's the newer flickerless glasses that are the same as the one's you get at the theater. I'm not a big fan at all of the active 3d system myself.
I do believe if people do experience headaches it's due more to motion sickness then anything.

The glasses you get at the theater are garbage. Hence the reason why they are thrown away after the movies.

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Shouldnt any TV/projector be able to do 3d to some extent? With side shifted images and traditional glass's?
Yes red/blue glasses would work fine however color quality is horrible, and the 3d effect is minimal.

If you want more information about 3d vision check the link in my sig.
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As far as i know any dlp ( not sure about lcd allthough i think it works aswell ) can be used for 3d inc projectors that have the correct inputs.
This is just a cheap 2d-3d converter with inc glaases lol
http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/vifx3dcogltu.html

There are more though so yes you can have 3d on your 2d screen using active shutter glasses.

And this one is more expensive
http://www.3d-vip.com/
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As far as i know any dlp ( not sure about lcd allthough i think it works aswell ) can be used for 3d inc projectors that have the correct inputs.
This is just a cheap 2d-3d converter with inc glaases lol
http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/vifx3dcogltu.html

There are more though so yes you can have 3d on your 2d screen using active shutter glasses.

And this one is more expensive
http://www.3d-vip.com/
Lol @ Ultimate 3d Here is a snippet from that link that made me laugh.

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Please Note: CRT or “Tube†type regular televisions are highly recommended for use with the 3D Video Viewing Systems. These types of televisions refresh their image in a very consistent manner, which makes it very easy for the 3D system to synchronize to the signal. So if you have a regular television read no further and press buy it now for an amazing 3D experience!

If you have an HDTV Ready television picture tube style television just make sure that you can change the setting to 425i or 525i and it will work great! HDTV, Plasma, LCD, and many projection television systems refresh their image in a random manner making it so that many of these televisions are not compatible with 3D viewing systems. Basically some are compatible and most are not.

International buyers the 3D viewing systems will not work with the newer televisions that are 100 HTZ. These systems do work with your regular televisions and are the exact same models as Razor 3D Europe carries.


As for the 3d-vip, that looks some what promising however I'd be skeptical about its compatibility with devices.
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