Sonysetzt on 3D homeof thomas - 3 Sep 2009 15:54:00 Since Panasonic has committed very early on in 3D home theater, is now synonymous Sonywith here and announced in 2010 a complete set s.stereoskopischen 3D devices for the home, the 3D Bravia Television, a 3D-capable Blu-ray player and the Playstation 3 (ie synonymous games includes 3D). Engadget has discovered even in a promotional video of a 3D Cybershot Sonyschon - so soon synonymous 3D Photos of Sony? Then Fijifilm would with the FinePix Read 3D This is an auto-generated entry
Antwort von Valentino:
As long as it has in these movies is annoying shutter glasses is not a true 3D experience. I have watched several movies with 3D shutter glasses and synonymous with Pol. Against Pol glasses arrives in my eyes so far no other system. The shutter systems have only the advantage that must integrate the cinema operator or silver screen. In addition, the Polbrillen are a lot bigger than the shutter and thus synonymous comfortable for eyeglass wearers. But why the idea of monitors in 3D without glasses is not "next, I will not pursue synonymous understand. Siemens builds those displays for medical applications for almost 10 years and in 3D productions I have seen such displays synonymous s.Set.
Antwort von tom:
Siemens builds those displays for medical applications for almost 10 years and in 3D productions I have seen such displays synonymous s.Set.
The development of auto-stereoscopic display is already followed up, but they are still prohibitive (except for professional / promotional applications) expensive - and, according to the Manufacturer, it will take years until they can be priced competitively enough. And I find the 3D picture (at least I've seen) is not synonymous straightforward: there is always the area of articulation between the different lenses where the picture (with head movements) very sudden change, which often acts strangely.
Antwort von kalle70:
Are the totally gaga?
What I need is a toilet with Dolby Surround Sound with 10.3 Giga drain camera to the next sewage treatment plant.