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and you still risk eye damage/ blindness
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I like the passive ver. Think that may fit my life style much better.
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Originally Posted by Thrive View Post
yea especially if u need to wear glasses to see the tv clearly.
Exactly my thoughts. I hate having to double stack on my glasses and will avoid anything 3D until such time as they're not needed. Well except for Avatar when it first came out. I'll have to own up to that one.
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Originally Posted by Lampen View Post
Exactly my thoughts. I hate having to double stack on my glasses and will avoid anything 3D until such time as they're not needed. Well except for Avatar when it first came out. I'll have to own up to that one.
I don't watch 3d movies at home, but once a month i go to cinema, they have advanced technology and my eyes can handle a 90 min movie.
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I'll stick to my Epson 8500UB...
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Nice. My 60-inch Sharp isn't cutting it from the distance I watch from.
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post #17 of 64
What is the huge fascination with 3d all of the sudden. Maybe I am not thrilled with it due to the fact it gives me a raging migraine after about 10 minutes of watching anything 3d. The technology really has a long way to go before I would buy into it.

Another mentioned why the huge size and still only 1080p. look at how long it took to go from the crt type television with very low resolution to even 720p flat panels. Television tech seems to lag behind when compared to other electronic products. Most hd is still only broadcast in 720p so no real gain with anything above that. Granted movies are in 1080p now so there is a use for such a resolution. I think it will be another few years before we see a company push televisions above 1080p. Monitors on the other hand...
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post #18 of 64
hmmm.... i might have to hold off of all my GPU builds and get this.
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i saw a 3d tv display at bj's wholesale. it was impressive. also saw tron legacy 3d at imax which was also impressive, maan. there arent many things i want to see that are in 3d. are regular tv shows like seinfeld in 3d?
post #20 of 64
My biggest problem with watching 3D HDTV with glasses:

"hey guys, check out my super huge awesome high-definition 3D television! its so pretty and clear.. ohh you gotta throw on these to watch the 3D effect though"

*tosses you scratchy dirty foggy glasses*

"ohh the definition!"
Edited by Pinkerton - 12/30/10 at 8:32pm
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