on 03-01-2012 06:55 PM
I thought 2 eyes were required for 3D
I have no idea how you'#re seeing 3D content but yes the LG passive TV's essentially use the same system as cinemas.
I, um...I dunno.
on 03-01-2012 07:01 PM
on 03-01-2012 07:08 PM
on 03-01-2012 07:19 PM
It's not a stupid question; but yes, you need to see through two eyes in order to percieve the depth.
If you can only see through one eye, you'll still need 3D glasses in order to use 3D content, but you won't be able to percieve any additional depth. It doesn't have to do with the specific 3D technology, it has to do with how the brain works when it creates depth perception.
There are several tricks the brain employs to make us percieve depth, not all of them require two eyes. But so called "stereoscopic 3D" (which is the one we're talking about when we talk about "3D support" in newer games and movies) does require two eyes (the brain essentially uses the difference between the images each eye takes in to create the appearance of depth).
on 04-01-2012 07:47 PM
on 04-01-2012 08:28 PM
on 06-01-2012 04:12 PM
anyone played 3d rift? any good, is it worth the 10pound from the store? Cheers
I have indeed and it's good fun, I thought Apocalypse was better but if you already have it then ten bucks for Rift is a good shout. No trophies by the way if you're into that sort of thing.
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