Sony and the 3D Revolution

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  1. FestusArrestUs
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    Sony and the 3D Revolution

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  2. Maikel Steneker

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    As long as you still need glasses, I don't understand how Sony does this better than Nintendo or Microsoft. It's great that Blu-Ray's will be able to play in 3D on the PS3, but it's not that amazing when all new Blu-Ray players can do that...
     
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    3d huh.....is it 1975? not interested in 3D [​IMG]
     
  4. DKAngel

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    and ull most likely need a new tv, plus ms is able to add 3d also to the 360 im pretty sure that i read
     
  5. Master Mo

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    The first movie I watched in 3D was Avatar and I thought the effect was pretty good and I think there are game that could benefit from this technology and there are also games, that definitely wouldn`t!

    The only think that I dislike about the 3D-Technology used at the moment is, that the colors aren`t as strong as they suppose to be and I think until this is not improved they shouldn`t include it in too many media-types....
     
  6. EyeZ

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    The mind boggles to think how much a "new 3D tv " would cost.
     
  7. Dark_linis

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    a regular HD TV wouldn't do?
     
  8. Hop2089

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    An LED TV currently costs $3000-$4000 so a 3D TV will have a price tag twice as much. Anyway this means that I'll skip the LED TV and just wait for 3D.
     
  9. saxamo

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    It's just another mind control experiment. WAKE UP SHEEPLE
     
  10. SPH73

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    lol wut?

    SONY: BRINGING YOU 1950's TECHNOLOGY TODAY!
     
  11. YayMii

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    Guys, I'm pretty sure 3D only requires a 120Hz (or more) TV and some polarized glasses.
     
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    3d sux for guys with glasses you have to put your glasses on 1st than the 3d glasses over them so you can still fucking see!! SCREW 3D
     
  13. Cermage

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    sony mang. introducing dem HDMI's, dem HDTV's, dem BLUE RAYZ at home and now 3D googles?
     
  14. DarkWay

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    ......I'm a glasses wearer and I have no problem........CONTACT LENSES FTW

    also 3D technology would do a world of wonders for the horror game genre and some rpg games, shooters will be abit difficult to comprehend in 3D you'd be limited to the stuff that could be used, shrapnel, bullets, explosions, body parts..thats about it that I can think of it would make shooters more difficult to playthrough not being ale to se a bleeding thing. hence the reason I think 3D technology should stay away from games except the horror genre as having things jump out of the screen at you screaming and trying to maul your face off I would find pretty amusing.

    as for the other game genres while its a long long way off I'll wait for something like full virtual reality before I get excited.
     
  15. Cermage

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    i'd rather be using those glasses that nvidia have.
     
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    i sometimes decide not to watch a movie because i can't find my glasses or i don't want to put my glasses on. needing two glasses can't possibly be any better for me, the experience is not worth the inconvenience and quite frankly, i wasn't even that impressed by avatar. plus i usually multi task when watching movies at home, i just can't sit there and stare at the tv, i feel like i'm wasting precious time. then you need to have glasses for everyone in the family. we already got 4 prescription glasses laying around... i don't need this crap.

    ... and fuck sony. i hope 3d flops. bluray is crap.
     
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    if you knew what damaging effects they can have on you in the long run you wouldn't be wearing them. [​IMG]
     
  18. Joe88

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    you can always get HD-DV....

    oh wait
     
  19. FAST6191

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    Some of you might fancy reading something like http://darkfader.net/3dstereo/

    Anyhow 3d is one of the "always poised/x years away" technologies and has been for a while now, I guess it could have happened but I am going with the TV companies blew any good will flogging "HD" nonsense.

    On the other hand if it helps push headset technology forward bring it on.
     
  20. shakirmoledina

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    i say sharper,cleaner, brighter graphics are better than 3d graphics though u can definitely say tht PS3 is too much