With the success of the blockbuster movie: "Avatar," I hear we might get 3d TV at home. what'cha think?
well, coraline and monsters vs aliens came with 3d glasses and i almost had a seizure watching the new LED tv at the electronics store.
yeah, technology of the 'future' isn't too distant.
That would be cool, but what would be really nice is holographic display technology, so I don't have to wear those stupid glasses at home.
I just did a podcast about this last night. ESPN says it will have a channel to broadcast in 3_D by June 11th and Discovery Channel is teaming with I-Max and Sony to broadcast full time by 2011. Crazy huh? Should be interesting.
Ya gotta love it!"I haven't seen "Avatar" yet. I've been told that folks are ducking and practially jumping out their seats because of things flying outa the screen! Sound like fun! :-)
Can't wait till it gets to a theater here.
I am an old trekky! lol
I love science fiction...have since I was a child.
Everyone I've talked to who has seen agrees with you...Here in the "boonies" in Texas, it may never get here....damnit!lol
...but I will see it!
I'm into si-fi too. Love the digital effects! And watch how they do that stuff behind the scenes. Good luck hope you see Avatar, maybe you need to make a trip to the big city near you huh?
Ive been researching the technology behind Avatar (which is a whole different animal than Coraline) ..this year the HDMI compliance will include specifics to 3D viewing!
Capable Monitors for PC's are available and are not considerably more expensive at the 23-32' scale.
We are getting 3D Tv here I have been told which is really cool. I wonder though if you would get sick of it after awhile or if there is any effect on your eyes.Maybe you could end up looking like this
Im hope Im right too! Ive already scooped up a bunch of domains that are related to home 3d viewing (hence the research)
the next sky box is goign to be 3d but it will require and upgrade of all tv's as our current tv's dont support the new kind of 3D shown in films like up, avatar etc
by Holle Abee 10 years ago
It was great! I didn't think I was going to like it, but we have friends here from out of town, and she wanted me to go with her. She had already seen it in non-3D and wanted to see the 3D version. She said there's no comaparison. Man, 3D has come a long way since Jaws 3D, the last 3D movie I saw...
by SayItWithFeeling 7 years ago
Do you have issues with 3D movies?What are your opinions?
by LeonJane 10 years ago
How does a 3D television work?3D technology is about rapidly increase worldwide, how do 3D televisions work, do I need to upgrade my old TV, will it improve what I already see on the television?
by lovetrees 7 years ago
Do you like or dislike 3D movies?why ? and how do you feel about re-released films in 3D?
by cfin 6 years ago
3D glasses from the cinema work on your 3D TV. Why do people still purchase them then?
by Deborah Sexton 17 months ago
Look at the Avatar above your post..what is the first thing you notice about it?
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