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Old 11-09-2020, 05:05 PM   #621
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Yeah, I was really hoping I'd be able to sell my PS4 and use the PS5 as my primary Blu-ray player (for watching 3D discs on both my C6 OLED and PS VR headset), but it looks like I'm going to have to keep the PS4.
Needs must mate. I had a feeling it would be the case but itís still a blow to hear it first hand.
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For those of you who have both which method of 3D movie viewing gives you the best 3D? A 3D tv or the PSVR? I've tried my PSVR on alot of 3D blu rays but have been underwhelmed by alot of them. The only times when the 3D seems noticeable to me is when objects fly right at or out of the screen like the begining race car crash in The Final Destination was AMAZING but I started the first Hobbit film in 3D and didn't really notice any depth. Am I doing something wrong with my set up? Could I have a faulty headset? Or is not feeling the passive 3D effects a side effect of having your entire view blocked in by the headset and not seeing out of your peripheral vision at the world around you. Thanks for the help!
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Old 11-18-2020, 07:10 PM   #623
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For those of you who have both which method of 3D movie viewing gives you the best 3D? A 3D tv or the PSVR? I've tried my PSVR on alot of 3D blu rays but have been underwhelmed by alot of them. The only times when the 3D seems noticeable to me is when objects fly right at or out of the screen like the begining race car crash in The Final Destination was AMAZING but I started the first Hobbit film in 3D and didn't really notice any depth. Am I doing something wrong with my set up? Could I have a faulty headset? Or is not feeling the passive 3D effects a side effect of having your entire view blocked in by the headset and not seeing out of your peripheral vision at the world around you. Thanks for the help!
The PSVR's resolution isn't as good as a 1080p 3D TV, but there's no opportunity for crosstalk. So it's a tradeoff.

If a movie's 3D is only good to you when things are flying at your face, watching movies on a 3D TV will not be any different than on the PSVR.

Honestly, I found most movie's 3D to be lacking. Too many converted movies (like the entire MCU). 3D movies are at their best when natively shot in 3D. Like The Hobbit Trilogy, The Transformers movies, computer animated movies like Polar Express, etc. Other than that, people only say that they like converted 3D movies because they are hungry for more 3D content no matter how they get it.
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For those of you that have the camera adapter for the PS5, have you tested a 3D Blu-ray movie yet? Does it display in 3D in the PSVR?
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What screen size on the PSVR do you all usually pick? I've heard the medium size is the best but I tried a few minutes of Pacific Rim 3D on the big size and man that was cool.
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The PSVR's resolution isn't as good as a 1080p 3D TV, but there's no opportunity for crosstalk. So it's a tradeoff.

If a movie's 3D is only good to you when things are flying at your face, watching movies on a 3D TV will not be any different than on the PSVR.

Honestly, I found most movie's 3D to be lacking. Too many converted movies (like the entire MCU). 3D movies are at their best when natively shot in 3D. Like The Hobbit Trilogy, The Transformers movies, computer animated movies like Polar Express, etc. Other than that, people only say that they like converted 3D movies because they are hungry for more 3D content no matter how they get it.
I have to disagree. I found the most recent Marvel efforts to have superb depth, the best I have seen since the Golden Age 3D Blu-ray such as House Of Wax, Inferno, The Bubble etc..

Both Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame’s depth seemed infinite. Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 and Spider-Man: Far From Home were great also.
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