i spoke with 3 people that went to the show.
all saw the demo from Cameron with 48 and 60 frames with two 2K Christie dlps.
they use for this demo two 2k dlps not the 4k version.
all say the same that 48 looks far better than 24 and the difference between
48 and 60 is not that much.
think that was the highlight of the show beside that all 4k dlps that was there with the sony 4k lcos as well.
sad is that as they are all in one room but the not feed the pr
. with the same material and they are not on all at the same time.
so not a compare as in the old days at infocom where all pr
. get the same
signal all simultaneous at the screens.
as i like to do 4k in 3d and thats not possible today with only one 4k dlp the good news for me was that it seems that because of all the talking about
48 and 60 frames TI will rush the development of new inputboards for this 4k pr
. that allows to do 4k 3d nativ with only one pr
. at least at 24p.
as most 3d material i have are stills the only 24 frames is not a problem.
as the new defacto 3d video standart for consumer is
2x 1920x1080 60i (Frame Packing for interlace MVC see JVC and Sony Consumer 3d cam) the 4k pr
. need to support this as well and i hope barco christie and nec will implement it.
as i do 3d for over 30 years i am with cameron that i think no even very expensive 2d to 3d converter will work good.
why cameron spend mil. 30-40 mil$ to convert titanic form 2d to 3d
and say at the same time "its only almost as good as to shot in nativ 3d" when a $30k box do similar things?
no question this box will be work better than a build in $10 2d to 3d chip
but as i not see this unit in action i cant say it for sure.
i hope i can test this unit soon......and i hope the 3d quality will convince me.