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  • Thu, Jun 9 2011 12:05 AM In reply to

    Re: Hopeful news for Symphony

    riojapj:

    Prediction Hmm - As long as the glasses are around (and the current satellite infrastructure), it'll be a novelty within a niche for tv; spectacular cultural events, some sports, impossibly expensive docs and maybe a one-off drama special. The various autostereoscopic displays are frankly unwatchable at present, but when they do eventually crack that nut, at least the production and post tools will have matured somewhat.

    I know what you mean about the glasses, especially the exorberant cost of 'active' glasses, but I've seen some demos of new 'passive' glasses and they really are awesome.  I think in the battle for 3D they'll win out, purely on cost and comfort.

    Interesting article about the new glasses and difference here:

    http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/computers/blogs/gadgets-on-the-go/active-v-passive-3d-glasses-20110513-1elhb.html

    As soon as people can 'clip on' glasses for $20 a pop they'll be far more inclined to upgrade their TVs.

    Ra-ey

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