Originally Posted by lordxar5
I'm interested in seeing this now for some odd reason. Time to start looking at 3d TV's.
A cheap 3D tv is one thing, or perhaps a large passive 4K, but don't waste a lot of money on any large 1080p (or 4K active) 3D LCD displays. Even the ones people say have no crosstalk are usually complete garbage when you use a 3D crosstalk torture test - such as many found on Youtube and on some Disney (Brave 3D) bluray discs
Crosstalk is pretty much inherent in LCD technology. Even from the expensive $3000 models to the least expensive 3D LCD's I've seen they look good in practice but can't stand up to a crosstalk test. So it will produce more eye fatigue & eye strain than neccessary even if you don't notice it much in practice
I'm not bias towards any technology, I just hope I can help someone who is just getting into 3D get the best experience for the best price. That option currently is the Benq 1070 or the 1080ST projectors. Then 1070 is less than 800 dollars, and if you want the convenience of being able to set one up on a coffee table and then take it down the short throw of the 1080ST is less than 900 dollars. Both are 1080p, and very high quality
Benq projectors use DLP 3D which is widely known to be crosstalk free
3D, which is huge for me. A good pull down screen can be had for 100 or less or you have the convenience of just shooting onto a wall. Projectors have made leaps and bounds over the years in brightness and can be as sharp and clear as the best tv's on the market
3D movies are literally immersive on a 100" screen. And my Benq projector is bright enough to game during the day, even without being on the brightest mode. I've got a top of the line 55" Samsung, but I don't like gaming on that puny thing when I've got a lag free 100" gaming experience whenever I want