[citation][nom]mman74[/nom]You could still be interested now even if you can't quite afford them. If it wasn't for companies driving innovation and publications like these driving interest, we could all still be using CRTs.[/citation]
Yeah, there's a good point. All technology has to start somewhere.
[citation][nom]adamboy64[/nom]Multiply the size of those screens by 3, and when it's at the same price, and then i'm interested. The technology is coming along though.[/citation]
What "same price" please? Where did they mention the price? What if they cost 5000$+, are you still interested? Sigh...
I really cant see what all the hype is about with this 3D TV. 3D cinema has been around for years. Plus you allready have the best 3D vision experience you could ever want. Forget wishing for 3DTV open your eyes and go out and look at the world, you can't get better 3D than your eyes.
"It also offers a wide viewing area in front of the display and allows movement of the eyes and head without disrupting the 3D image and without the discomfort sometimes associated with other 'glasses-less' 3D technologies."
just how wide of a viewing area, last i heard the horizontal axis was very limited... vertical didn't matter so much but to far to one side created a distorted image.
Where a hell you can get programming for that? All those 12 different frames? 3D has only 2 frames, so unless there is a good way to make 12 out of two, it will be useful only for games at home (which is still something).
And my guess is that 56-inch HDTV will have more, much more of this frames. Think about 32 frames.