Originally Posted by skyfiction
I wonder are there have any details review/testing for displayer/theater working at 60Hz TV.
and I wonder if the room is 70% dark, is enough to prevent the flicker on 60Hz glasses speed.
now the main concert for me to buy the theatre is none of shop can let me try the 60Hz glasses how flickre it is(maybe I didn't feel it or maybe I feel very serious).....for 120Hz, I can go any shop and try those 3DTV.
hope anyone who using the theatre for your 60Hz TV and give some advice for me.
Unfortunately the answer to flicker is very subjective with individual sensitivity, tolerance and also how well they learn to tune the RF glasses to minimize it.
I don't know what 3DNow's policy will be when they begin the distribution of the VIP3D products. Jonathan used to allow 30 days.
One thing you could consider if you are going to initially use the Theater with a 60hz video display, is to go ahead and get RF glasses, perhaps down the road you find a good buy on a DLP projector, now you already have glasses that will sync with that as well.
If I remember correctly, you can verify with Bit Cauldron, the RF glasses will operate up to 200Hz.
Personally I prefer watching 3D on a projection screen because of it's size and immersion. Yes I am doing it at 60hz as well on a Panny AE4000. As long as you don't have a light source in other areas intruding into your field of view then flicker will be a minor issue. It is somewhat apparent in bright, high contrast scenes, like full sun on a desert and such. You can minimize to a decent compromise by utilizing the tuning mode.
After good tuning you will be paying more attention to the 3D depth rather than occasional flickering in those brighter scenes.
Just keep in mind that most companies will not accept the return of 3D glasses after they have been used. They will exchange if defective naturally.
Monstervision and Optoma RF glasses are compatible with the 3D Theater. VIP3d/3DNow is currently completing final testing of their next generation of 3D glasses. It sounds like they have taken to heart some of the improvements folks mentioned on here earlier this year. Will post more about these when the info is provided.
I just completed beta testing on a new firmware update for the current RF transmitter. Basically it will have presets for various displays and still allow manual adjustment. It's my understanding some of the presets minimize flicker. When they finish making a few changes and supply the documentation, then it will be made available for download. The program installed and ran without issues, since I don't have various displays, I could only visually detect the changes to the 3D image as I stepped through the presets. I believe there were about 25 presets.
A save file function as also been added to the glasses management utility.