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Old 11-14-2007, 11:38 AM
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Default Would Beowolf look good in HD 3D?

I am just wondering, since it was "made" for 3d when it comes to HD DVD if it will include the glasses, or be a standard version, or both. What do you think?

Also do you think 3D would look bad in HD? Or better? (Basically saying would the glasses mess up our vision)
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Old 11-14-2007, 12:02 PM
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wow, didn't realize this was filmed for 3d... I just thought it was another cgi movie
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i duno if 3d would even work on an HDTV since we have different types like LCD/Plasma, and i remember reading that 3d will not work on an LCD screen but i duno much about the tech behind it so i could be wrong
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Who knows if they will even release it for home 3D use. Because the glasses at the Imax aren't cheap, and it wouldn't be worth watching with some cheap "at home" 3D glasses.
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Old 11-14-2007, 12:48 PM
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I'd say bring it on. My TV supports 3D!
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:47 AM
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I'd say bring it on. My TV supports 3D!

You must have a Toshiba set, I contacted Sony and they said they are releaseing a firmware update for their screens to will enable 3D support but only for PS/3 games and Blu-Ray movies

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The way the film was shot, is in a HD-format, that we will not be able to enjoy at home, because it is not like in the old days where you just put on some glasses with a red and a blue glass. The glasses they use now a days, is not even with collored glasses but use a technologi where you are only will see the frames with one eye at the time, and that generates the 3D-effect.
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The way the film was shot, is in a HD-format, that we will not be able to enjoy at home, because it is not like in the old days where you just put on some glasses with a red and a blue glass. The glasses they use now a days, is not even with collored glasses but use a technologi where you are only will see the frames with one eye at the time, and that generates the 3D-effect.
So you're saying that they will add a good $20-30 to the price of the HD DVD?
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Old 11-15-2007, 12:05 PM
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The way the film was shot, is in a HD-format, that we will not be able to enjoy at home, because it is not like in the old days where you just put on some glasses with a red and a blue glass. The glasses they use now a days, is not even with collored glasses but use a technologi where you are only will see the frames with one eye at the time, and that generates the 3D-effect.
Yeah, I remember that when I went to see Terminator 3D at Universal Studios, a long while back; the glasses were actually clear, I think.
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Old 11-15-2007, 12:34 PM
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So you're saying that they will add a good $20-30 to the price of the HD DVD?
LoL - No we will not see it in 3D on any home media at this time. You need very special equipment to syncronise the glasses with the film, something no Home Cinema player can do at this time. I think we will have to wait at least 10 years before 3D becomes a reality at our homes.
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