Originally Posted by utkinpol
As long as pixar still makes 3D films and kids like them - it would be a very stupid move for projectors to drop this feature.
Indeed, on any TV it is not needed as it is not well visible even on the 60" screen. That is why we watch it on the 120" screen in the movie room.
It would be a big mistake for cinema projector makers to shape their feature sets based on the market for living room TVs.
Optoma UHZ65 is indeed sounds like a path to the future. I would really like to see within 2-3 years the lumens get to 5000, price down to $2.5K and after that is will replace my current 1080p 3000lumen unit.
I don't want to repeat things that have been said, but if there is a content/demand, there will be 3d and there are new movies produced in this format. Primarily it will be targeted at movie theaters. There are plenty of 3d blu rays, I think 3d option will still be offered by high end projectors for the folks who would like to pay extra for the equipment and enjoy all the functions.
Sadly 3d becomes exclusive addition/function.
It makes sense with the projectors to be all-arounders that have all good features invented so far to have complete product/experience, without saying this is a projector for 2d movies, this one is for 3d and that one is for games...
So if you want complete experience buy all 3 of them...Nonsense I want 3 in 1
Which one has all functions: 4k, watchable 3d, HDR, WCG, good contrast and black levels, sharpness, respective input lag ?
Having 3d feature will definitely add more potential buyers (including myself
If I am reading correctly they don't mention 3d in UHZ65...