Originally Posted by aydu
If you are the type of person that can only enjoy the highest of technical standards (and their is nothing wrong with this) should go with active. To do otherwise would leave them unfulfilled with their purchase.
Those more driven by the experience, seem to be choosing passive. Passive technology simply delivers a brighter image, with less crosstalk, at a better price point.
I am driven to put together some of the highest performing projection 3D systems anywhere for a few select patrons,for example one budget is 140,000 for a modded 4k projector, 40,000 for a suitable fixed lens, 90,000 for a reald d xlw polarizer, 75,000 for a teranex doremi 2d to 3d realtime conversion kit and 80,000 for a custom torus screen. I love it there is no better 3D.
That being said I hope LG puts samsung , panasonic out of business this year
The garbage they sold consumers set me back weeks of downtime with optical nerve aches and twitching eye problems. It is a crime and they should pay for it .
What is the point of full resolution if your optical nerves cannot handle extended viewing sessions with them propeller glasses? It's the optigrab effect nightmare scenario.
With the LG I have monitored much of 700 Blu-rays for assesment of the 2d to 3d conversion and my eyes feel like new. With the samsung I was crosseyed after the first 40 hours.
Now I know Samsung is coming with a full resolution passive panel 55", not a moment too soon, they should have recalled their entire active production.