Jan 5, 2011

3D TV

I'm not sure how much of you reading this had a chance to possess or watch anything on a 3D TV, but I have. I was amazed how real the image was - was it the nature, cartoon or sci-fi movie - everything seemed so real.

So, the question is, how much will it take for 3D TVs to conquer our homes? A year? Two? Maybe five? Who knows, but it's certain - it's just the matter of time before they do.

Only thing that I think everyone will have trouble to adjust is the fact that you gotta watch it with special glasses. Okay, it won't be a big deal for people who wear glasses everyday, but for those who don't, it might take some time to get used to it.

 Anyway, I just can't wait till whole TV program becomes 3D and of course, for an ok price. At the moment, that technology is just too expensive for us everday-normal-guys :)



More info:

http://your3dtv.org/

25 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I want this. I heard that it can destroy your eyes :S

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  2. I saw one movie in 3d it was an awesome experience. Think it will be some till this 3dTv will make its way into our homes

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  3. I would love to have a 3D TV, but unfortunately, I'll have to wait probably 5-10 years until that sort of thing becomes more affordable to me. By then I bet they'll have worked out all the kinks in the tech :)

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  4. I can't wait to not be able to afford one. FYI...i did see a model at the Wired show. It's pretty cool.

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  5. watching tv or movies in 3d gives me a headache I hate this direction we are headed in

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  6. nice post, but I don't know why we need 3D Tv, we have a normal 2D Tv :P

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  7. ive played around with a few of these tv's. not a big fan, if anything i think it looks like crap unless u like confetti falling down infront of u while u watch

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  8. i'll hold our for projected hologram tv. no glasses required.

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  9. Can you get prescription 3D glasses?

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  10. Well I know 3d in the cinemas can be quite fun :)

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  11. I think 3d tv is alright but it's too expensive! So I don't think it will take over the future :P Also it gives me a headache lol

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  12. They're pushing it too hard, too soon. We just switched over to bluray, now they want us to buy a whole new tv set as well? No thanks. Give it five years and try again.

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  13. I think it's KIND OF cool. I got to see it in action at a local TV store. Not sure I'd be keen on buying one though.

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  14. The risk of losing the glasses and having to replace them, to me, outweighs the benefits of buying a 3D tv.

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  15. occasional use is ok with me but my kids will not use this anytime before their age reaches double digits.

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  16. I'm not a fan of 3D TV, stuff hurts my eyes

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  17. If they come out with one that doesn't need the glasses I would consider buying one.

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  18. I really hope this is just a trend and passes soon. This 3D stuff is annoying.

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  20. im not buying another tv for another few years, im perfectly happy with regular 1080p; it doesn't need to pop out of the f'in screen to impress me. if i want to hallucinate, that's what drugs are for

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  21. bad thing about 3d tv is that you need special tv channels or videos and wearing those silly glasses

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  22. They are making TV that don't need special glasses, I suppose that in 3-5 years every home will have 3D TV

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