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    3D TV

    I was able to try one of those new 3D TV thingies yesterday. I was expecting a poor performance. However the effect was surprisingly err... effective.

    Things coming out of the screen at you and all sorts. I must admit that I did not wear the polarising glasses very long but I think I could bear it for the duration of a program/film. No worse than wearing glasses [which I have to these days to do my crosswords/use the computer...]

    If I can ever afford one I am having it!

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    I've not looked at one yet, what does the picture look like without the 3D specs on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optics View Post
    I've not looked at one yet, what does the picture look like without the 3D specs on?
    Much as you might expect: Like you have a slight case of double vision. But you bat switch the 3D mode off and you have your normal [very large] TV picture.

    You also have the option to show the same picture twice [side-by-side] although I can't imagine why you would want to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optics View Post
    I've not looked at one yet, what does the picture look like without the 3D specs on?
    there are options as far as auto-stereoscopic TV's. which don't require the glasses......but when and how these gets into affordable consumer screens i don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torledo View Post
    there are options as far as auto-stereoscopic TV's. which don't require the glasses......but when and how these gets into affordable consumer screens i don't know.
    ooh not seen one of those yet.

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