Thanks -- yeah, I'd already read all the wikipedia stuff...by (Login qb432l)
...but they didn't really address the current state of the art. They did mention that a new "no-glasses" technology existed, but didn't say if it was currently in use with the new breed of IMAX, etc., movies. When I checked out 3D HD televisions at various electronics sites, in the "included" lists you get manuals, remotes and even power cords, but they never mention glasses, so I was hoping it was because you don't need them.
I already had a couple pairs of red/cyan glasses that came with a 3D video I'd purchased. Some of the stuff on YouTube was viewable with them. Problem is, after awhile I get a headache. Maybe it's just cause I have old eyes, but it still spoils the experience. That, plus you have to be a certain distance from the screen in order for the 3D effect to really work. I spend half the time lunging back and forth at my monitor (Sigh).
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|New 3D TV's||on Apr 9|
|Amazing...||on Apr 9|
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