Originally Posted by koidragon1980
I was under the impression that switching the Left/Right correction basically swaps the -/+ viewpoint effects. In other words, if you have the viewpoint at say +5 and switch it to Right/Left, it's the same as Left/Right set at a -5 viewpoint. This is just what my eyes tell me when I've experimented with it. Can anyone confirm this or fill us in on what the Left/Right correction actually does?
I don't profess to know exactly what it does either. And my answer really should have said "sometimes" I need to change it to Right/Left for plus settings. And this is for 2D to 3D.
What I find is, sometimes my eyes just won't quite focus but changing it from Left/Right to Right/Left relieves the eye strain if using plus. But not always need.
Why I am not sure it does what you are suggesting (and again not saying I know) is the following test.
Look at the screen without glasses in the minus mode, and then the plus mode. Minus mode exaggerates/ghosts to the left and Plus mode to the right. Now change the Right/Left Left/Right for either mode, and it does not change the direction of the exaggeration.
I also am not sure what the last choice (The one flower that does not say 2D to 3D which I am not sure was a choice when I first the got the TV) is for. It only allows the manual mode, but manual mode is available in the first setting. Perhaps it allows two choices without having to make changes to the 3D settings?