Joined: Tue Jan 30, 2007 12:34 pm Posts: 5049 Location: Las Vegas!!!
They're Launching ESPN's 3D channel with the world cup, I am going to try and catch a game somewhere just to say I've seen it, not sure if it will add anything extra, but hey atleast I can say I saw it
_________________ The Man....The Myth....The Minton
I am tossing around the idea of buying a 3D TV, but I just dont see how the trend will fly. The ultimate problem is you have to purchase glasses at $100 - $250 a pair, and what are your friends gonna do when they come over. In additon you have to purchase a 3D blueray player, blueray in itself I feel has not been fully embraced (in Canada at least). I think they have developed glasses free 3D now, I could be wrong.
Joined: Mon Aug 27, 2012 1:04 pm Posts: 3 Location: USA
hi friends this is ven cruise. 3D television is an example of advanced technology. i have seen the movie AVATAR in 3D on Sony 3D t.v trust me friends it was really very nice to see the movie in 3D on Sony Bravia. it is better than my expectations...............................................
______________________________________________ let the Watch Alias @ watch alias online.com
I have a 60 inch think...maybe 65?) LG 3D TV. The 3D is nice but we don't use it that often. It did come with several pairs of 3D glasses. I also believe the 3D glasses you get at the movie theaters work as well so we bring those back home with us. We watched Hugo in 3D with my 80 year old in-laws the other night. They sure enjoyed the technology.