Passive 3D TVs reso.

brucester

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I had a question about LGs passive 3D TV resolution. Many people have been claiming passive TVs only show 540p for each eye. However I've also read that because each 540p image for each eye is delivered in alternating pixel alignments, when both eyes are synchronized, 1080p is achieved. Can this cause temporal compression?
 

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The ones who say 540p delivered to each eye are right and wrong in different aspects.

Technically speaking, 540p is delivered to "each" eye however the sequential process for displaying alternating pixel alignments take place at one or two hundreths of a second, making the human eye unable to recognize the sequential difference. So thus 1080p is delivered to each eye. However, this does not indicate that the same number of lines for 1080p are shown at any given moment. This interlacing method, is the temporal compression you are speaking of.
 
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