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what does that mean nvidia's 3D vision is also fail?
Yes
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what does that mean nvidia's 3D vision is also fail?
I don't think one has to do with the other, but honestly, yeah, no one really cares about Nvidia's 3D vision. Just like no one probably bought those EVGA dual 17 inch monitors that were practically useless. I try to sympathize for the 3 or 4 people that kept trying to defend 3d tvs on here saying how awesome they were, simply because they were the ones silly enough to buy one lol. It is by all means a fail at this point, needless to say there was also an article up here a while back explaining how wearing those glasses damages your eyesight.

Double-fail.
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I don't pull numbers out of hats. We've had good understandings of biology and neurobiology since the 70's. Sorry if you haven't spent 6 or 7 years studying it so you can understand how it works. I have.
Fair enough, but my point still stands - if 120fps appears smoother than 60fps, how can you argue one cannot see over 60fps?
    
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Fair enough, but my point still stands - if 120fps appears smoother than 60fps, how can you argue one cannot see over 60fps?
His reply will only consist of a rather strange story involving an animal to reference a point that you didn't make. Cut and run, mate.
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Fair enough, but my point still stands - if 120fps appears smoother than 60fps, how can you argue one cannot see over 60fps?
It doesn't appear smoother. Look at AA and AF. Most specificially Anti aliasing. It is simply gaussian blurring. It "appears" better to us because that's sort of exactly what happens when you swamp our neurology with frame rate. We get "blurred" images that mashup together. Our brain tries to decode them if we concentrate and logically try to figure out what happened with the blurred distorted mess we are presented with.
Which is why I made the paddle comment about your website because you probably programmed that and know what it's about. It doesn't create new paddles. But our neurology blurrs and creates multiple paddles. By using a red dot you are putting part of the machinery into the eyeballs color cone operation and the white paddles operate the rods. Rods work faster than cones. It all parallel processes and mashes up together in the end as a blurred mixed distorted image of what is actually occurring.
So let's enjoy a mashup.

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this isnt a surprise to me. the other day i was visiting a friend at Sears and i cant believe the price....


a 50 inch 3d tv....4000 dollars....samsung i believe, might have been a sharp
a 65 inch 1080p HD tv.....2100 dollars....Sharp and LG had one around this price

Now i dont know if the 3d came with the glasses or not, i assumed not because i dont think any of the tvs do come with them but i never really looked into it. It just seems like such a waste of money. ontop of all that, i wear glasses normally, so for me to buy a 3d tv that i have to wear glasses over my glasses currently (which i can tell you is uncomfortable hence why i hate 3d movies in the theaters) that is just a complete waste of money for a cheesey affected....not worth the price at all....atleast for someone like me...maybe you all out there think differently but i will never pay for a tv that i have to wear something to fully enjoy it and pay double what i should when i can get a biger, better tv for half the price....

ill wait till they make holographic projection till i consider purchasing another tv, until then ill stick with my 1080p hd tv's
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this isnt a surprise to me. the other day i was visiting a friend at Sears and i cant believe the price....


a 50 inch 3d tv....4000 dollars....samsung i believe, might have been a sharp
a 65 inch 1080p HD tv.....2100 dollars....Sharp and LG had one around this price

Now i dont know if the 3d came with the glasses or not, i assumed not because i dont think any of the tvs do come with them but i never really looked into it. It just seems like such a waste of money. ontop of all that, i wear glasses normally, so for me to buy a 3d tv that i have to wear glasses over my glasses currently (which i can tell you is uncomfortable hence why i hate 3d movies in the theaters) that is just a complete waste of money for a cheesey affected....not worth the price at all....atleast for someone like me...maybe you all out there think differently but i will never pay for a tv that i have to wear something to fully enjoy it and pay double what i should when i can get a biger, better tv for half the price....

ill wait till they make holographic projection till i consider purchasing another tv, until then ill stick with my 1080p hd tv's
A friend brought a 96inch full HD screen for only few hundred bucks.
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A friend brought a 96inch full HD screen for only few hundred bucks.
Ummm... are you referring to a projector screen? If so, that's just for the screen.
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Ummm... are you referring to a projector screen? If so, that's just for the screen.
I'm referring to a tv monitor.
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agreed completely, stupendous amount of money and useless 3d effects
    
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