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Message 1031743 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 5:43:14 UTC - in response to Message 1031718.  

the 2d version of that movie drove my eyes bonkers at times. So I would not consider that problem if you managed to enjoy it without getting sick or severe headaches.

I think I'll stick with the 2D movies, Why? As everytime I try and watch a 3D movie I see an image on one side in Red and another in Blue on the other and very rarely do they look correct, Besides trying to see a movie in 3D just gives Me a headache.

The new reald 3D system is more advanced than the old red/blue approach. The glasses are clear, but polarized to separate the left and right eye information. I had no problems at all with it except once or twice for a moment or so.
You should try it sometime. The effect was quite wonderful...I never had a 3 hour movie go by so fast.
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Message 1031745 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 5:48:35 UTC - in response to Message 1031743.  

the 2d version of that movie drove my eyes bonkers at times. So I would not consider that problem if you managed to enjoy it without getting sick or severe headaches.

I think I'll stick with the 2D movies, Why? As everytime I try and watch a 3D movie I see an image on one side in Red and another in Blue on the other and very rarely do they look correct, Besides trying to see a movie in 3D just gives Me a headache.

The new reald 3D system is more advanced than the old red/blue approach. The glasses are clear, but polarized to separate the left and right eye information. I had no problems at all with it except once or twice for a moment or so.
You should try it sometime. The effect was quite wonderful...I never had a 3 hour movie go by so fast.

Sure, I'll try It next time I'm near one, Until then I'll just go on as usual. My eyes require a prescription to see right, Hence My glasses, Can't read anything without them, Unless the text is huge of course(20/40 & 20/50).
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Message 1031746 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 5:51:32 UTC - in response to Message 1031745.  

the 2d version of that movie drove my eyes bonkers at times. So I would not consider that problem if you managed to enjoy it without getting sick or severe headaches.

I think I'll stick with the 2D movies, Why? As everytime I try and watch a 3D movie I see an image on one side in Red and another in Blue on the other and very rarely do they look correct, Besides trying to see a movie in 3D just gives Me a headache.

The new reald 3D system is more advanced than the old red/blue approach. The glasses are clear, but polarized to separate the left and right eye information. I had no problems at all with it except once or twice for a moment or so.
You should try it sometime. The effect was quite wonderful...I never had a 3 hour movie go by so fast.

Sure, I'll try It next time I'm near one, Until then I'll just go on as usual. My eyes require a prescription to see right, Hence My glasses, Can't read anything without them, Unless the text is huge of course(20/40 & 20/50).

My new eyes are not too perfect close up either right now.....but my distance vision is good. So if you can see a normal movie screen OK without your glasses, the new system should work for you.
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Message 1031748 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 6:07:33 UTC - in response to Message 1031746.  

the 2d version of that movie drove my eyes bonkers at times. So I would not consider that problem if you managed to enjoy it without getting sick or severe headaches.

I think I'll stick with the 2D movies, Why? As everytime I try and watch a 3D movie I see an image on one side in Red and another in Blue on the other and very rarely do they look correct, Besides trying to see a movie in 3D just gives Me a headache.

The new reald 3D system is more advanced than the old red/blue approach. The glasses are clear, but polarized to separate the left and right eye information. I had no problems at all with it except once or twice for a moment or so.
You should try it sometime. The effect was quite wonderful...I never had a 3 hour movie go by so fast.

Sure, I'll try It next time I'm near one, Until then I'll just go on as usual. My eyes require a prescription to see right, Hence My glasses, Can't read anything without them, Unless the text is huge of course(20/40 & 20/50).

My new eyes are not too perfect close up either right now.....but my distance vision is good. So if you can see a normal movie screen OK without your glasses, the new system should work for you.

Without glasses the 57" HD type TV is blurry, With them It's sharp.
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Message 1031799 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 13:35:25 UTC - in response to Message 1031780.  

Without glasses the 57" HD type TV is blurry, With them It's sharp.

How far away do you sit?

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Weird they don't even mention my TV size. (32")
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Message 1031809 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 14:01:27 UTC - in response to Message 1031780.  

Without glasses the 57" HD type TV is blurry, With them It's sharp.

How far away do you sit?

Viewing distance

It depends on if I'm in the Kitchen like now, Or in the Front Room, I can watch from both rooms. As to Distance in the Front Room It's about 10', In the Kitchen It's about 18' away from where I sit. Plenty of viewing distance.
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Message 1031826 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 14:41:59 UTC - in response to Message 1031814.  

Weird they don't even mention my TV size. (32")


Well, you could extrapolate and use half the 65" figures ?

Sorry. I don't have a 32 1/2" screen.
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Message 1031896 - Posted: 8 Sep 2010, 19:55:34 UTC - in response to Message 1031891.  

Well get a bit of 1/2" plywood, paint it black, and stick it on the side! Good lord man, do I have to tell you everything?

Doh.....

Then I loose part of my picture silly!
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