Originally Posted by GPtimes2
Gaco, Thanks again for sharing. Any chance you could watch some football (USA) in 2D to 3D conversion and give us an opinion on it.
Don't think I have access to any football channels.. The little 2D-3D conversion I've seen so far: it works better than expected. I tried it on Wall*E but I think it has a tough time work computer generated images since there're no focus/out-of-focus objects in the same sense as from a camera. Real movies works way better. Same thing with cartoons of course. All in all as I said I don't think it's a feature I'm going to use, I'll just keep to the designed-from-the-ground-up-3D
Originally Posted by zAndy12
Yeah thanks for the videos, would be great if you could take some video when it's dark later maybe so we get more of an idea what the PQ is like, looks awesome so far! Do you have any 3D material, just wondering what the crosstalk is like and can it be tweaked out with setting adjustments?
Thanks a lot
The only 3D material I have so far is Motorstorm 3D Rift and I do notice crosstalk - in small amounts. However I've only played for a short little while so it's too early to tell. In 2D->3D I also notice crosstalk especially around dark objects, although I do not know if this is inherent to the 3D system itself or if the 2D->3D process is to blame. Again too early to tell. Regarding setting adjustments, I don't know which setting adjustment I'd try
I am planning on getting that Grand Canyon 3D Bluray soonish, I have i feeling that's really good 3D reference material.
Originally Posted by sam1289
The screen looks very reflective in day light condition, and I can see why you are disappointed with the black levels, they don't seem to be very deep black looking.
Have you had the chance to test out the 3D games on the PS3, i.e Motorstorm and 3D Bluray movies, if you do can you please look out for any ghostings/crosstalk. Thanx
The panel looks worse on the pictures than in real life.. If I take pictures in total dark, black gets blacker than it really is, in daylight it looks brighter than it really is. It's really hard to tell these things from photos, especially from a low-apeture phone camera
As much as you can see reflections in the photos/videos, it's one of those things that you notice less in real life.
Will write back here when I get proper 3D material and some more time for testing. My problem with Motorstorm 3D Rift so far is that it's obviously running at a lot less than 1080p res to keep framerate good, so I'd be more interested in a good 3D blu ray. Could buy one of the other games, but needless to say, money is running short. But the 3D BD update is not coming out until Sep. 21th anyways.
Originally Posted by sam1289
Are the glasses light and comfortable to wear?
Are the colors bright & vivid in 3D with glasses on? - (3D glasses reduce brightness a lot more in plasma's then they do in lcd's, so would like to know if the new 3D THX Mode fixes this issue)
Also If possible can you take another video, flicking through the different picture modes i.e THX CINEMA, THX BRIGHT ROOM AND THX 3D CINEMA so we can see the differences between them.
Oh the glasses... the glasses are definitely the most comfortable of all the glasses I've tried (Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, LG) by far. They have a very comfortable fit, even on my regular glasses, and they are very light, much lighter than Sony's 3D glasses for example.
Here's your video: http://www.vimeo.com/15087424
Originally Posted by sypack
IR = Image Retention. Sorry for the confusion.
Ah ok. Thought you meant IR as in InfraRed as in "how good is the TV receiving signals from the remote"
Image retention is really something I've seen one single time and it was on a total black screen after an Xbox 360 menu, was there for a few secs only. So far it is absolutely a non-issue.
I'd say that the biggest issues with this TV so far is average input lag (haven't done objective tests though) and some crosstalk (not too bad but it's there). Defintely In all other areas this TV performs!
The PS3 definitely has less input lag than the X360. People, don't use the HDMI output on the X360, seriously. I can't wait to try the VGA cable.
Originally Posted by JoeSony
I appreciate the videos, nice looking set.