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Old June 4th, 2013, 02:15 PM   #16
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Re: Future of 3D / Stereoscopic

3d has a future, stereoscopic less.
Because glass-free technology requires more than stereo (2) views.
most current screens require at les 7-9 views and probably more (12-15) later.
Currently these additional views are interpolated from stereoscopic, but it is like 2d-3d conversion.
Some says it is a shame , some says it works ine if it is done correctly.
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Old June 4th, 2013, 05:53 PM   #17
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Thanks for that Pavel .. phewww! :0

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Old June 28th, 2013, 07:53 PM   #18
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Re: Future of 3D / Stereoscopic

Variety says ...

3D Dead? Don’t Count Out Technology Yet, Chance for Revival | Variety

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Old July 1st, 2013, 04:17 PM   #19
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Re: Future of 3D / Stereoscopic

I think I'm the opposite of most people in that I love 3D and I especially love the pop-out style that theme parks and IMAX nature films use. That being said, I'm disappointed that 3D movies don't have any pop-out. Just having some depth doesn't really do it for me when I'm sitting 50 feet from the screen.

The movie that I liked the 3D the most was actually a converted 2D to 3D movie ("Gravity", comes out this fall). Being that it's in space, the foreground is right at the camera and the background is off in the distance. the 3D conversion was done really well, I thought it was shot in 3D but learned later it wasn't.

I agree with the Variety article Allan posted. I skipped over active 3D and went with a passive LG set. It's great as long as you don't sit within 6 feet or so. The glasses are cheap, and extra realD glasses from watching movies in the theatre work with it too.
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