LOL the second picture! That's not 3D, it's Double "D" at it's finest!
It seems that we're not completely geared to use 3D technology in the home then. I'm glad that I didn't jump at this when I could have done so. (I remodeled the bathroom instead)
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I agree on the 2nd pic....if 3D actually looked like that, I would have done bought into it a long time ago. But, as it stands right now, still not worth it. And this article makes it even less appealing to someone like me who already has eyesight/migraine issues.
realneil: LOL the second picture! That's not 3D, it's Double "D" at it's finest!
"LOL. Once you seen 3D in IMAX, you will be hooked, Avatar was amazing, so was Transformer 3, wow. But hey, I have check out some Panasonic 3DTV models and its quite good, but it just doesn't grasp me as mush as in a theater . For now, I rather go to the movies and get the complete visual and sound experience."
Well it doesn't look like that entirely but I still think 3D is cool, adds another dimension to stuff.
I do think that the price for 3D movies and TV's are outrageous and that does certainly sells itself as a gimmick but I still love 3D nonetheless. I don't understand why they had to use shutter-3D though.
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