re original post It would work.
Thanks John for the link however I qualify with this: I will print the white paper in quantity and position it next to both my toilets.
These results are from a test subjects that are uninitiated amateurs, it significantly deviates from my findings.
The master Image will exhibit more ghosting than the RealD XLW, don't ask me why, could have been ghostbusting when a/b'd at the symposium in Texas.
While the active glasses are good there is a mtf price to pay, not to mention the extended session shutter fatigue. A key issue I have with active since I do not watch 2-D at all, and am conspiring to remove the 2D button from every remote control in the world.
I have no doubt that as more and more flat panels go the LG way (RealD) or the upgraded full HD version from Samsung, that people will get hooked on the ability to walk from room to room with their glasses left on, at that point walking into the theater and having the best 3D possible is the natural progression. There are some truly incredible RealD glasses out there which are a joy to clad, don't go by the JSP theater version.
While with a DCI projector the active technology rocks as evidenced by us taking the gold in CEDIA (in short term viewing sessions) RealD is the future, of course that leaves the issue of perforated FP screens which greatly impact the Image.
By adapting the old Torus, where we intend to make a huge push in upcoming projects, we will portray the most even and cohesive polarized images from Blu-ray in RealD using their polarizers.
I spent the weekend in Los Angeles commissioning the very first Panavision 3D Fully hdcp compatible blu-ray system, I will post pictures, the dark time adjustments were crucial, but at the end the 3D looked nearly indistinguishable from it's DCI counterparts.
Regarding the bit depth error perceptions, these bozos should have had an Oppo set to 36 bit color depth and match the rec 709 bit depth on the projector, that is how I fixed the pixel perception issue.