Nice plus the glasses don't need power either from the looks of things. Hopefully they can bump the pixel density back up on these sets. Though I think many of us are waiting for more info on the glasses free 3D technology.
I know I am looking foward to glasses free. Mainly because the current technology will drop in price at that point. And for me, the price is the only thing keeping 3D out of my hands...or eyes :-P
All I can say is... Finally! Polarized 3D is just as good as Shutter 3D so why hold it back?
The hardest part will be waiting for them to come to USA but one things for sure, this is one step further to No-3D glasses (also referred to by Best Buy as 4D); not a big step but a step nonetheless.
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Passive 3D is definitely a step forward for 3DTVs the last thing someone wants to worry about is charging their glasses, their already frustrated that they're wearing them!
Polarized/Passive 3D has always been a better option in my mind- i'd rather receive l/r images at once as opposed to the l/r flicker of active shutter 3D. Roughly $1500 isn't quite affordable yet to the general audience to drool over this quite yet, but definitely a step in the right direction.
I wanna see 3D without glasses if it is for home use on a TV in whatever method they decide to use if I ever have a 3D home unit personally!
you could game 3d for 3 hours a night for 20 nights on a batterie powered set aleast thats what they say if its true you could watch approx 18 movies on one batterie i guess i would have to see the difference in the two
i have seen the nvidia active shutter form (i think thats what its called) it look damn nice i thought.
Ive also seen it when you just have red/blue glasses on is this the same as passive
at any rate guess I'm waiting on the glasses free one to.
cool stuff though
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