I mean being able to use the arrays with the glasses. I read that they intended to upgrade the software and firmware in their DLP's that weren't already 3D ready to be able to use their 3D array and glasses... just didn't know if there's been any talk about doing the same for their LED, LCD or Plasma line.
The full Blu-ray 3D implementaiion records a 1080p/24 image for each eye and ouputs them to a full 3D TV using 1.4 HDMI. The TV then, on a 240Hz TV, can display each eye 120p/60 using 5:5 pulldown.
If the TV has 120Hz refresh rate instead of 240Hz then each eye would be displayed at 1080p/60 using 3:2 pullddown.