Originally Posted by Joseph Clark
I had exactly the same reaction to that statement. Although I have yet to really experience 3D on this RS40, I will be shocked and disappointed if it isn't a lot better than what I've seen at commercial theaters. Jeez, even my crazy little experiment with mirrors and a toaster yielded results better than most of what I've seen in commercial theaters.
The only thing that's come close to my 3D@home experiences so far (on the Samsung) was the Imax showing of Monsters vs Aliens. And even it was far from perfect, with issues I don't have at home.
The ONLY thing better about my Avatar experience at IMAX was the size........that is it. In EVERY other way, my experience with this movie was better on the 40 in my HT. Same goes for Alice and HTTYD which are the only other 2 3d movies I have seen out.
Well, I do admit that I also missed the cell phones, old lady dying/coughing next to me, people eating/talking/kicking my seat, etc......it is hard to recreate this part of the IMAX unless the ex brings her 2 daughters over
As most of us know, seeing a projector at Cedia/CES and then at home in our nice HTs are 2 different experiences...........I am sure Evan will change his tune once he gets one of these in a more ideal setup situation, or maybe not...........but the real question is who cares what Evan thinksSomehow
my opinion of what I have seen of home 3d on my 40 has not changed since reading his "impressions"
I would actualy be open to seeing the Sharp if it had lens shift.........very curious if the reports of not being able to see RBE in 3d are true with these DLP projectors. I am skeptical, but would like to see it with my own eyes.