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Old 03-28-2014, 08:49 PM   #21
3Dfan 3Dfan is offline
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Originally Posted by technobubble View Post
I saw this post and am happy to help you. 3d ready tvs mean they are capable of outputting 3d content with the aid of extra hardware. What that is for your particular set up I do not have the answer for. Honestly I have a vizio 3d tv in my bedroom and its not anything special. Your not going to get off screen effects like you do a per say Disney World. 3D offers a world of depth no doubt. I have a six year old daughter and that is why I own 3d. there are many great cartoons and family oriented features on blu for the format. Again if you could provide some information about your set I will be glad to guide you in what you need. try starting with the make or model of your Emerson Tv . We will go from there.
I have a Vizio 3d tv in my bedroom, and I do get offscreen effects when the movie has them.when

As for offscreen effects like Disneyworld, I would say it's capable of that, because I got exactly that with one of the home movies I took.

However, it was kind of hard on my eyes trying to look at it that close when the screen was farther away.

I deleted that 3d home movie file, as it was only a test anyways. Nothing important in it.

My tv is about 20 feet away from my bed.

The image appeared about half a foot in front of me.

So I would say it is definitely capable of it.

My tv is only 32 inches.
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Old 03-29-2014, 07:32 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by 3Dfan View Post
I could see too much flickering with the field sequential active shutter 3d glasses I had.
Interesting post resurrection here. I looked back at my old post, and it's still accurate today. Funny, I got put on the sidelines for my comments back then. For a year. They're still accurate.

Very odd.
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Old 03-19-2016, 07:04 PM   #23
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I don't know where you buy your TVs but I have never spent $3000 for 3d TVs, I prefer passive 3d myself and never seen a 'blurry' image on my 21:9 vizio cinemawide 3d HDTV! And that's with half the resolution of 1080, seems to be a lot of bais saying going on, by people, who never watch 3d...Besides with today's 4k and with passive 3d should be magnificent.

Why do I constantly hear crying of wearing glasses alone at home and 'looking geeky'? Who the hell is watching you? On top of that, these same crybabies are so keen on getting $600 huge goggles VR systems, what a bunch of hypocrits... 3d movies is just a step down from VR experience. And with the right software, you would be able to view the same VR images video on 3d HDTV and a trackball to move around image!!!!
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