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By azland00123
#20363
I would like to see a secondary screen in front of the movie screen for the 3D effect. I don't know if the proximity if the screen to the eye is a factor. It would be nice to get rid of the 3D glasses. It could even be moved out of the way on movies that were not 3D. Maybe the angle of the screen would be a problem. It seems the film would have to go over the 3D screen so the screen would have to angle up to be out of the way. hmmmm. Sure would be nice if someone who knew more about this technology would help us out.

Reward: No more 3D glasses. Cheaper in the long run.
By bushvilim
#22121
I give some name of the 3D movies like
Avatar
BLACK HAWK DOWN
PEARL HARBOR
YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES
THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK
THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN
By Deon11
#23044
bushvilim wrote:I give some name of the 3D movies like
Avatar
BLACK HAWK DOWN
PEARL HARBOR
YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES
THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK
THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN


hi bushvilim, already i know these are 3d movies and all of us very famous movies. But what i want to say about 3d Videos are now possible with the use of NVIDIA 3D vision graphics cards on computers. Popular video sites such as You Tube began testing 3D technology in 2009 to provider users and viewers the ability to upload and view videos in full high definition 3D. Online content in 3D is currently limited but over the next few years more and more applications, software and hardware will be available which will allow for more 3D content to be available in a variety of formats.

3D Videos are created overlaying two identical images with one another so when 3D glasses are put on by the viewer; the image appears to pop out of the screen which provides an enhanced viewing platform. Currently, there are five different 3D You Tube videos available for viewing online but require the user to have 3D glasses with the red and blue lenses.

Advances in 3D technologies over the next three years will bring to market new 3D devices which will no longer require the use of 3D glasses. High definition televisions, laptops, cell phones, computer monitors, portable gaming system and other devices will be able to create 3D images on the screen for 3D videos and movies using advanced technologies and continuing to make 3D the mainstream for home entertainment.
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