Can all consumers see 3D?
So, people with eyes that do not work simultaneously can’t watch 3D. `
Originally Posted by Philips
And all this time I thought something was wrong with my TV....
Last edited by Philips; 04-20-2011 at 02:46 PM.
Can all consumers see a now/next box when zapping:
NO: IT'S NOT POSSIBLE WHEN YOU HAVE A PHILIPS-TV, ONLY TV'S OF ALL OTHER BRANDS HAVE THIS FEATURE
Last edited by Erikrijnders; 04-21-2011 at 03:23 PM.
philips pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee insert this features in fw for 2010 tv models please
Originally Posted by erikrijnders
No: It's not possible when you have a philips-tv, only tv's of all other brands have this feature
tried the test? URL from that FAQ: www.vision3d.com/frame.html
felt dizzy after trying but yes, i can see that effect great
I had a recent 3D demo done for me at a local store. I have a right eye impairment. I cannot watch 3D in theaters with those traditional red-green glasses, but I could see 3D just fine coming from both a plasma and a LCD screens. Amazing.
I barely passed the link's test, but I believe that this is due to the fact that I do not have monocular vision per se.
I have yet to see if 3D will have a nauseating effect on people's brains in the long run, and I am not speaking of disability but of side effects.
I also believe that current price of 3D gear is still prohibitive, especially if one has just upgraded his set to a modern LED LCD. In addition, the amount of 3D video is not enough to justify purchasing a new system, even though I am 100% pro upgrades. It seems to me that 3D video processors are better from a player point of view, when playing 2D sources, but I am not sure.
Last edited by Paulo Roberto Elias; 04-28-2011 at 05:22 PM.