Originally Posted by falafala
Thats full if BS....DLP 3d has ZERO cross talk....even 3010 has Zero cross talk with monster glasses
There's cross talk and then there's cross talk
They will also never make a projector (of any kind) that has perfect blacks. That's just the way it is.
Part of the problem with cross talk is not the display, but the glasses. There isn't an LCD screen in existance that can block out 100% of a bright light. It might be able to block out enough
to deliver low enough light that it doesn't bother you, or is below your level of perception. But it's not blocking out all of it. Again, since this flaw is in the (shutter) glasses, it doesn't matter if it's LCD, DLP, or film.
Polarized is similar. If you shine an intense light at a pair of linearly polarized lenses offset at 90 degrees (theoretically blocking all
light) you might be surprised at how much still gets through. That, and everything that happens to a polarized lightwave tends to depolarize it at least a little bit (especially the "reflecting off of a screen" bit)... you're going to have cross talk.
The goal is not to eliminate it totally, because that isn't possible... just to get it below the level of detection/give a crap.