Originally Posted by Latinoheat
That's saying something, congrats. I have yet to see a 3D flick on my eg9600. I'm excited to check one out.
I had watched Star Trek into Darkness several times, but never in 3D (shows you how much my interest in 3D had waned
So wanting to check out passive 3D on a 4K OLED, I searched my Bluray collection looking for Avatar 3D and discovered STID was 3D.
Popped it in and it was beyond jaw-dropping - like watching an entirely different movie.
The studios may have already made the decision to ditch 3D in favor of HDR, but it is a pity for LG - their 4K OLEDs deliver a 3D experience that has never been delivered to consumers before.
I was fortunate enough to be one of the early testers of the Avegant Glyph, which delivers full-frame-rate full-720p 3D into each eye (through dual DLP projectors). That was an entirely different 3D experience and far better than any 3D I had experienced in a theater or on my LED/LCD. The passive 3D on the 65EF9500 was an entirely different level again beyond what the Glyph could deliver.
Truly unbelievable (and U've been one of the harshest 3D naysayers on the Forum
I hope for LGs sake the Studios may still be considering releasing content in 3D (even if 'only' 1080p) and LG can till reverse this decision to abandon 3D in 2016. If the word gets out on how fantastic 3D is on 4K OLED it may accelerate LGs and OLEDs success.
My fear is it is too late and a done deal - if the studios have abandoned 3D in favor of HDR, the HDR train has left the station while the 3D train is being chopped up for parts and there will not be any more 3D content released.
The fact that the UHD Bluray standard supports HDR but not 3D was an early indication that this is the way things were headed.
Never imagined I'd say it, but after what I experienced last night I will truly be sad if 3D is dead and buried...