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RE: Looks like 3D TVs are dead

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Sunday, 22nd January 2017, 09:09

You may find that after a week you turn it back on again for some peace and quiet. ;)

I've got a 3D projector, I've seen the first two Hobbits, Avatar, Gravity, some animated movies and others on it, and it really is a nice-to-have rather than a wow experience.

Never been to the cinema for a 3D movie though (well unless Alton Towers counts, no, no it doesn't) so I'm not sure how that would compare. Does having a gigantic screen make the 3D more exaggerated?

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RE: Looks like 3D TVs are dead

retrogeezer (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 22nd January 2017, 11:46

Never seen a movie at the cinema in 3D and don't really see what it would add. Films I have seen that that were available in the 3D had annoying bits in that were so obviously added just because it was 3D.   O.k as a novelty thing in Florida for T23D or The Muppets but at home on the sofa? I'd rather have a decent plot. 


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RE: Looks like 3D TVs are dead

Snaps (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 22nd January 2017, 13:13

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retrogeezer says...
"O.k as a novelty thing in Florida for T23D or The Muppets"

Forgot about that.
Even with the water spray and puffs of air it obviously failed to make a huge impression.


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RE: Looks like 3D TVs are dead

Choagy (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 22nd January 2017, 20:22

Rob . Looks like a "Concorde" moment for me. By that I mean rather than enhance the  technology let us just bin it

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