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how many pixels per square inch is that? not many?
    
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How come 3d is 50+ years tech ?
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I lol'ed. That was a good response haha.

I guess that means with 72" inch tv, i gotta sit back like 20 yards to enjoy it. Basically Home theater room. Also Wouldn't it take some good calibration to make a tv look nice to begin with?
Edited by bucdan - 2/2/11 at 5:59pm
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Unlike other technologies, 3D has too much going against it for easy uptake. Price of entry is probably the biggest. You need a special TV, an emitter, and glasses. You need more pairs of glasses the more people you have wanting to watch it, so that gets pretty expensive if you factor in a whole family or, even worse, many guests.

And on top of that, many people just don't want to wear glasses..

The tech is awesome in theory, but things need to change. If it comes down to just buying the TV and not having to wear glasses without being in a specific "sweet spot", then I bet uptake would occur rapidly. I remember seeing a video from some expo many months ago where different 3D technologies were being displayed. One could work for up to 3 or 4 people without glasses, but the tech was pretty pricey to implement. Hopefully we just keep seeing improvements.
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honestly, i think 1080p is perfectly fine, even for a screen that large.

sure, we're a community that has a lot of PC gamers so we're used to 2560x1600 and other crazy resolutions like that, but the reality of it is that it just simply isn't feasible to record, send, and store media in resolutions that high, yet.

we're going to need a lot more advances in fiber optic networks before something like that can remotely even be considered a near-future possibility.
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Unlike other technologies, 3D has too much going against it for easy uptake. Price of entry is probably the biggest. You need a special TV, an emitter, and glasses. You need more pairs of glasses the more people you have wanting to watch it, so that gets pretty expensive if you factor in a whole family or, even worse, many guests.

And on top of that, many people just don't want to wear glasses..

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the exact same things were said about HDTVs to begin with.

It's called Research and Development... they let the people who literally have to be early adopters pay the R and D tax, which lets them continue to develop new technologies while creating stockpiles of cash and letting them sell for smaller profit margins down the line, to a larger audience, once they've developed cheaper/better manufacturing techniques with all dat cash given to them by the "I need it NOW" crowd.

haha the same thing happens with your $500 HDxx90 series video cards...

edit: by "your" i mean people on the board in general.
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What a waste of money, sorry folks. Still not enough content on cable for me to even think about wanting to think about getting a 3D TV. I work for Comcast and we barely have any 3D dedicated channels right now. I think we only have ESPN 3D and some 3D content in our Video On Demand section.
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how many pixels per square inch is that? not many?
pixels/in^2 doesn't matter as much when you're not sitting twenty inches away from the screen, and instead about twenty feet back.

hell, i don't think the viewing experience is the chief complaint here. if anyone was offered this 73" tv or a standard 120hz 50" 1080p hdtv, who would honestly take the 50" tv, even if it's "large enough". that would be such a full and immersive experience.

i just wouldn't want to dish out the 6 or 7 grand this will probably go for, just like the rest of y'all
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What a waste of money, sorry folks. Still not enough content on cable for me to even think about wanting to think about getting a 3D TV. I work for Comcast and we barely have any 3D dedicated channels right now. I think we only have ESPN 3D and some 3D content in our Video On Demand section.
if you have the money to buy this, you have to money to get a ps3 and every 3d blu-ray out there. and there are more than enough to start a satisfactory collection.
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1440*900 is the sw spot for a 15-17 inch monitor.

So how is this TV gonna be like?

A pixel the size of my Fist? WAAAAAAAASSTTEE!!!!!!
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1440*900 is the sw spot for a 15-17 inch monitor.

So how is this TV gonna be like?

A pixel the size of my Fist? WAAAAAAAASSTTEE!!!!!!
If it's limited to 16:9 then these are the sweet spots for the higher inche screens.
1920*1080 for 24'
2560*1440 for 27'

I don't get why people would get a 100'~ screen for $$$$$$$ when you can get a good DLP projector that can projects 1080p at 106' instead for the same price as a EIZO 30' IPS monitor.
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