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I own the Mitsubishi 60c10. I have it connected to the 3dc-1000 (via starter kit) and I use the Mitsubishi ir emitter with Mitsubishi glasses. My only source is an updated firmware PS3. The adapter is set to 3d-normal. The television has DLP - off, 3d mode on, and standard polarity.
I have tried:
Games - Motorstorm Pacific Rift 3d, Wipeout 3d
Video - Sony "3d Sizzle", Disney "Timon and Pumba 3d Starter Disk"
When viewing any of this media I notice the "window" and "depth" aspect of the 3d. It's almost as if I could reach into the television and I can see different parallax levels from the content. I do have a problem though. At certain point it's apparent that things are supposed to come OUT of the television. The content that is supposed to come OUT of the television (appear closer to me than the screen) looks blurry or "out of phase" or is difficult to focus my eyes on.
I have viewed 3d content on Sonys and Panasonics at big box retailers, and the "coming out of the TV" effect is pronounced.
On My Mitsubishi it's almost non existent. A specific example is the MLB baseball section on the Sony 3d sizzle video. It shows a runner sliding into second while the second baseman throws to first. The baseball is in the middle of the screen but it is blurry and unfocused. The rest of the screen has depth, but the baseball appears to be "out of phaze".
Another example is Motorstorm and the Motorstorm section of the sizzle video. When going through trees or when tires are flung from cars (GREAT GAME!), as I approach these objects I get the depth effect, but once it reaches the Z-axis of my screen it becomes unfocused.
Could these problems be because of limitations in the checkerboard format, which the Sony and Panasonic didn't need an adapter to produce? (Sony content was viewed with a PS3 fyi)
Could these issue be solved by switching from the default (with starter kit) IR glasses to DLP Link glasses?
Are my eyes broken?
(Sorry if this post failed to make sense. I'm just learning to speak "3d")
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