Originally Posted by N8DOGG
BUT, we are also looking for it lol. He now uses a 2.5 high gain for 3D and a drop down 1.0 reference screen for regular viewing. IMO, anything less than a 1.4 for 3D is awful for any sized screen, even with a light cannon for 3D. I've got a 1.0 on 108" (panny 7000) and it's way to dim for my liking n 3D but I got such a good deal on my screen so I can't take it out LOL.
That's one way to do it I suppose (with dual screens). In my case, it won't be possible as the speakers are behind my screen and if i place a NON-AT screen in front of that, sound would suffer.
On the note of 1.4 gain screen. The Sony 500ES is more than 1.5 time brighter post calibration compared to the 55ES... so, if you're ok on the 55es on a 1.4 gain screen, then the 500es would be ok for you on a 0.9 gain screen. In fact, the improved black levels also make it seem even brighter in 3D... for some reason, even on the very low gain screen of the Black Diamond, the 500ES looks awesome and bright enough for me on a 8 feet wide 16:9 screen.
Today, I saw again the LG's OLED tv... dang.. that thing is a beauty... imagine using OLED coupled with HDR and Extended Color space that covers most of our vision's, plus 120 fps for each eye. That would be the ultimate 3D experience.
Other than that... perhaps a laser projector that can do HDR, Extended Colors, and lots and lots of lumens!
Originally Posted by Reefdvr27
I have seen this before, but judging from that test, I like the one in the middle, which I believe is the XD?
Yup.. the middle is the XD, the one on the left is the falcon, and the right one is the EN4K.
Originally Posted by popalock
I remember when you found that ant eater... Did you guys end up keeping him? I dug up the video you took of the little guy, seemed pretty friendly to say the least.
Nope.. it was released...