3D Blu-Ray?

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  1. Soundbytes

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    Ok, so on Blu-Ray.com there is a listing for a 3D blu ray combo pack, so I was wondering, might this be another brand exclusive like Avatar and Shrek? I, personally, really hope not.
     
  2. Dinodigger97

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    sounds stupid....but to use it(I think....)you have one of those 1,000 dollar 3D TVs.So if you don't have one of those TVs AND they do make it.....your safe!!!
     
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    I have a 3D TV and a normal Blu-Ray player, will I need a 3D Blu-Ray player to make it extra spiffy?
     
  4. TigerBlade

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    If it can it should have a 3D logo somewhere on it.......or if you have a PS3 your good to go.

    Easiest way would be to google the model number.
     
  5. thien425

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    Other DVDs have came out in 3D before and you didn't need a special TV so why would we need one now?
     
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    If i would to consider buying a 3d-tv, I would wait til they release a glasses-free model, like they have in asia.
     
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    Because it's not even the same thing.
     
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    Because they're anaglyph 3d (with the blue red glasses)dvd and the Bluray 3d you need a 3d TV and a 3d ready bluray player.
     
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    those will eventually screw up your eyes, and ultimately fry your brain in the end

    unless we're talking projected holograms
     
  10. TigerBlade

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    Seriously? Go and read about Anaglyphic 3d.....then read about Stereoscopic 3d. Once digested you'll see why......
     
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    I seriously doubt this will be an exclusive release like Avatar 3D was.
     
  12. Soundbytes

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    Yeah that idea was such a trainwreck it's not even funny.
    Make THE biggest 3D realease 3D BD for the limited (yet suprisingly growing) audience with 3D TVs:
    Perfectly Fine.
    Realease it as an exclusive to Panasonic, screwing everyone else over:
    MEGA SHITSTORM!
     
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    Ebay:
    asia has glasses free 3D tv's?? Man I shoulda waited..

    EDIT: Nvm, I don't think I like the idea that they are sub-par 720p..
     
  14. Soundbytes

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    It's the same technology used for the Nintendo 3DS. Therefore, it has a very limited viewing angle, so it works well for handheld devices but not so much for a tv if you're planing on having more than one person watching in 3D at the same time.
     
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    Jesus Christ I'm sorry that I don't waste my time reading about the differences between different kinds of 3D, fuck.
     

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