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Old 03-26-10, 12:41 PM   #25
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I would assume PS3 will support with a firmware update.
Yes, but not 1080p 3D. They say 1/4 of the resolution in 3D mode.

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Old 03-26-10, 02:53 PM   #26
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I'm getting the new Samsung 240Hz 3D LED HDTV with matching Samsung 3D Blu-ray player tonight! I'll let you all know how it goes
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Old 03-28-10, 09:26 PM   #27
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Monsters Vs. Aliens and 2 pair of 3D glasses came with the packaged deal buying the Samsung 3D TV & 3D Blu-ray player combo.

I'd have to say the ONLY thing disappointing to me is that with this 3D technology, things don't come OUT at you in 3D. It's all about seeing into the screen. The depth. Which is cool but I'd like to have both

The TV converts EVERYTHING into 3D. I was watching news, sports, etc. in 3D. The 3D quality is definitely better on Blu-ray discs specifically made for this 3D technology though.

I even hooked the PC up to it and it converts games into 3D. I was playing TF2 & ZP in 3D. The depth isn't as deep as the NVIDIA 3D Vision but it was still reasonably impressive.

I now have my mini-IMAX 3D setup at home Very happy.
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Old 03-29-10, 02:19 AM   #28
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As a user of the original 3d glasses for Nvidia cards back in 1999, I can say that this is still the same tech. Back then you needed a CRT that did min. of 120Hz, 60Hz for each eye, so only 60Hz if you had/have one eye I think the thing people dont realise with the 3d tvs, is that you do not need to watch everything in 3d, so you dont need to be wearing silly glasses all the time, but there will be 3d content that will be well worth watching.
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My right eye is slightly slower then my left eye and because of that 3d does not work for me. theres allot of people with slight vision or eye problems and makes 3d not work at all. i hope if they go anywhere with 3D they always give you the option to not use it.

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