HD 3D TV’s Could They Be The Future Of Television?
OK 3D had it’s time in the lime light of yester year (1850s, 1980s and 1990s). We had to wear those crappy red and blue goggles on our heads, for what? To be honest nothing! Now 3D’s back and it’s hear to stay? To me 3D is like Susan Boyle, sounds great, over all appearance still not too sure, but since it’s make over looks considerably better.
3D has once again become the must see thing. When it first came out (recently) in cinemas, I was told it was as if things were coming right out of the screen at you. I was quite excited, my first 3D film was Final Destination 4, don’t groan its one of those films that once you start you have to watch it all the way through because of the shear stupidity and shitness of it all. Anyway I was sitting in the theatre watching a 3D film and you could hear every one gasp in ore of it, and I sat there and was like “this is shit!” Later I found out because of this eye condition I’ve got 3D won’t work completely on me, so I haven’t been arsed with it. But recently I’ve heard something which has caught my attention HD 3D TV.
If all goes well HD 3D TV’s will be hitting the shelves in Britain by the end of this month at around about £2000 a set. With content suppliers like ‘Sky’ jumping on the band wagon and games consoles like PS3 and Xbox, hopefully it won’t be long until you feel as if you were right in the middle of the action when you play the latest Call of Duty or when Wayne Rooney’s passing the ball and it flies right at you when watching the footie on HD 3D. I’m wondering what porn will look like.
It’s going to go one of two ways, it will either revolutionise the way we watch telly or be a massive flop. Now I thought it was all going to be built in to the sets and have no need for the glasses, they have the technology (In Japan they have 3D Mobile phones with it all build in, no need for glasses). But when there’s a chance to make money manafacturers will take it. So you have your HD 3D set and now need the glasses, OK so why not go down to the local cinema watch a 3D film and pocket the glasses…wrong! The word is every TV set you buy the 3D glasses will be coded with the TV. You buy a Sony 3D TV, you buy Sony 3D glasses. You buy a Samsung 3D TV, you buy Samsung 3D glasses. Your Sony glasses will not work with your Samsung 3D TV. Bugger it all I say, build 4D movie chambers, make a huge hype about it, show me some footage of a tiger running in slow motion through water and make people pay through the nose for it, to find out it’s not all that great after all, Or am I a few years to soon for that?
I want this HD 3D thing to work anything which enhances the way I play or watch films is a good thing in my book, just make it so you don’t have to wear the glasses, that it’s all built in and affordable for the average person and it would be perfect.”
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