I am more interested in 3D for high end PC games and simulators like flight sims, race sims, RC heli sims (Phoenix R/C 4- that use the real radio as a controller in particular). Using that RC sim is the first time really thought 3D might come in handy.
With 2x SLI GTX670 video cards, I can run 64x antialiasing and all gfx cranked up and the heli sim almost looks real on my 52" Aquos.. but 3D might really make it pop off the screen, or look deep, back into the scene if it is far away..
My bro has a really nice and expensive passive 3D TV.. It's a higher end LG, forgot the model, he lives 14 hours away. It's more expensive that I would be able to afford when I get a new TV, but I wasn't that impressed with the 3D, and I tweaked it for a couple hours when watching MiB (the new one) and a bunch of other 3D content from Direct TV.
How much better is active 3D than passive, or is it better at all, or does it just depend on the person?
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