What is your 3D setup and how well does it work?
Since quite a few people complain about too much Ghosting / X Talk in 3D, I was wondering if some differences in the setup would make for a better 3D performance, or if everybody has the same problems.
A possible way to determine how well your tv performs in 3D is to use the following side by side test video here:
(some results can be found here: http://3dblurayiso.com/forums/showth...-3D-tv-test-it!)
If you load this movie (for example by streaming it to the ps3) and pause it, you should see some numbers for the left and some for the right eye. If you close the left eye and leave the right one open: the better you can see the numbers intended for the left eye (above) the more crosstalk you have.
I would appreciate it, if other people could also try to give a description of their situation when watching 3D content.
My TV: 40PFL9705
3D device: Playstation 3, connected over hdmi 1.3 cable on hdmi side port.
Blu-ray How to train your dragon: Very visible crosstalk pretty much everywhere.
Ice Age 3 3D, side by side .ts file: Worked a bit better, except in high contrast situations.
Gran Turismo 5: Acceptable during the races, but Horrible crosstalk everywhere else, especially when some drivers are visible in the intro etc. The blue line on the ground also suffers badly from crosstalk. Gets even worse if the 3D effects is increased in the game settings.
Other 3D games and movies: Usually depends a bit on the contrast, but crosstalk is always very visible.
3D TV channels: not available here.
Crosstalk test movie:
Left eye open/right closed -> top half screen smaller visible number -> 1
Left eye open/right closed -> bottom half screen smaller visible number -> 12
Right eye open/left closed -> top half screen smaller visible number -> 12
Right eye open/left closed -> bottom half screen smaller visible number -> 1
If I look closely I can even make out all the numbers down to number 1 for the wrong eye easily. It also depends on the "smart picture" setting, I usually have it on "game".