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December 09, 2010


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I've seen 3D TV demonstrations a couple of times, although at Costco so the manufacturers probably sent the "Wal Mart model". Both TVs were different, but I can't remember the manufacturers. First one I saw had a fuzzy image and didn't even look HD. Some hip hop concert was on. The second displayed beach volleyball. The HD popped like one would expect, but each person on the court looked like a 2D cardboard cutout placed at different depths on the beach. Pretty weird and unappealing thus far. My guess is 3D is much easier to project if produced on film in a high buck studio.

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