I couldn't pass up the deal on the P50VT20 bundle I got at Best Buy. I like to do a lot of gaming on my PS3 and Sony will be making their fair share of 3D games (GT 5, Killzone 3, etc). I also have a few 3D sources at the moment like AT&T/On Demand and there is also 3D blu-ray which is limited right now to it being an emerging technology.
I know the 2010 Panasonic VT models do not (I think) do 2D to 3D conversion. Is there any news or is it possible to make that conversion happen like with a firmware upgrade? Sony made their PS3 3D-capable via a firmware update so I would think, using my average human brain
, that the technology is possible for Panasonic to do so.
I didn't yet have the TV delivered; it is to come Feb. 4th. I know Samsung has a couple of Plasmas capable of doing the 2D to 3D conversion and it sounds like those who own them and use that conversion mode are happy.
I'm sure I will be very happy with this TV for a long time. I've heard that some improvements were made in the 2010 year for PQ. A regular 2D PQ is extremely important to me. Next would be the 3D, and finally 2D to 3D. I heard that the 2011 Pannys VT and also I think GT will do the 2D to 3D conversion. This is my first Panasonic and I don't know how much thought Panasonic gives towards customers post sale.
I think this is the only thing I overlooked when I bought this TV. I wouldn't say I would do things differently if I had another chance though.
Anybody wondering the same regarding 2D to 3D conversion? Thanks.