Message from discussion How do 3D monitors "work"?
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From: Toby Newman <goo...@asktoby.com>
Subject: Re: How do 3D monitors "work"?
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 16:41:43 +0100
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On 2012-08-15, William McNee <wul...@hame.the.noo.invalid> wrote:
> On 15/08/2012 15:17, Toby Newman wrote:
>> On 2012-08-15, William McNee <wul...@hame.the.noo.invalid> wrote:
>>> On 15/08/2012 02:50, PW wrote:
>>>> And another $200+ for the NVidia 3D Vision Kit. No thanks. I will
>>>> stick with my 27 and 24 inch Samsungs. Screw the 3D stuff. I've
>>>> never seen a 3D movie ever except for sample TVs at COSTCO and was not
>>>> impressed. Was not enjoyable.
>>>> The MaxPC review raved about the image quality though.
>>> I've had a try of watching 3D movies and playing games, wearing the
>>> red/blue glasses, on my 2D monitor and I tend to find that the colours
>>> tend to be a bit bland and washed out. It seems to give me a bit of a
>>> sore head so stopped doing it.
>>> I would assume that 3D TVs/monitors and the nVidia 3D kit improves on this?
>> Yes, dramatically. Have you not been to one of the recent 3D cinema
> Nope. Not been to the cinema in years. I'm a stay at home hermit type...;)
Well, current 3D tech has its shortcomings and its detractors but it's
a big step up over red/cyan 3D specs!
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