Originally Posted by Samckaz
This reminds me of the man with the 400 lb wife where he says "my wife is not fat at all, she's just big boned" listen I own a Sony 52HX909 3D LED TV and have a vast collection of 3D blu-rays, when I'm getting the HMD I will test it and compare it to the TV and Ill report back. There most be some truth to this particular complaint since so many people noticed and said the same thing.
It's funny you say that, I have a HX900 too. One of the biggest problems I have with it is that pre-baked 3D content (Blu-ray etc.) seems like it was made for someone with a wider pupillary distance from me, which causes the 3D to stand out unnaturally.
With the HMZ-T1 having its own adjustment, I can't imagine that being the case?
With PC gaming you have full control over how 3D is rendered (GT5 is the only PS3 game I've played with similar controlswhich are set to give minimum depth by default) and so with it custom-tailored to my vision, I have more depth to the image but it is more natural and doesn't make itself as obviously "3D" in the same way you don't spend all day walking around the real world looking at everything and going "Wow, look at how three dimensional everything is!"
Because you have one image per eye and images are displayed simultaneously, rather than being sent to one eye at a time, your brain is working differently and you're looking at a natural image rather than going "Wow, 3D!"which is how 3D is supposed
At least that would be my guess. There's no other reason why 3D should be rendered with less depthif anything it should be more with the lack of crosstalk, it's just that it won't force itself upon you in a way that your brain goes "Hey, 3D!"
It's not like there is some kind of image processing it isn't doing, or is doing differently, with pre-baked content such as film, it is simply two pictures to be displayed, nothing more or less.