or Connect
AVS › AVS Forum › 3D Central › 3D Displays › Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer HMD Dedicated Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer HMD Dedicated Thread - Page 14

post #391 of 1138
Yes cool.gif
post #392 of 1138
Bought a 1.4 cable and I got doom3 was curious abt its 3D .ill hook evryting up n se if it works after work
post #393 of 1138
Yes it works smile.gif got 3D running on the 2 at the same time now ,the splitter did work.

Use this splitter HQ HQSSH200, so that works it splitting one 3D signal to 4 units

Doom3 in 3D well it adds sumting to the aging game lill blurr when u fast turn but good 3D feel and good 3D adjustments on it
Edited by vaktmestern - 11/16/12 at 10:19am
post #394 of 1138
I split out my hmz t2 box using a powered shdmi splitter, it has 1 in and 7 out, so potentially I could have another 4 outputs. Works ok but can't use sound through the pc hdmi, probably due to slight under strength on the signal.
post #395 of 1138
Duplicate post
post #396 of 1138
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mickice View Post

It only draws 15w? eek.gif
If I use this verses my TV I could save the $1k I spent on it in electricity.

why do u not try this - piSight™ Ultra-Panoramic HMD ? [http://sensics.com/products/head-mounted-displays/pisight-ultra-panoramic-hmds/specifications/]

it will cost around usd$50-65k once for the top version and then you will not see a TV ever - just this coolest piece of tech. will be fine for u and probably the ultimate smile.gif
post #397 of 1138
The HMZ does me fine. cool.gif

If a T3 releases ill look at it but other than that im set.

Btw, those MDR-V6 headphones are amazing, highly detailed with nice highs and bass.
post #398 of 1138
ancjob: you seem determined to derail this thread about the HMZ-T2 by posting all kinds of other 3D devices on it. Please start your own separate thread and keep this one relevant for the T2.

PS That headset isn't even OLED, so it has lousy colors and contrast in comparison to T2.
post #399 of 1138
Think most of us are after a movie and game decive not a 90s virtua reality concept and look at how huge it is rolleyes.gif pluss the silly price ..
Why dont he get one himself wink.gif

[URL=http://sensics.com/products/head-mounted-displays

imagine having that bucket on for hours biggrin.gif
post #400 of 1138
First of all, that is a virtual reality device, it's not suited for movies, only for 3d software (and i would dare to say that it's not suited for games either, given the obvious input lag seen in videos). Second, it's way too bulky (but strangely, it's not that heavy for the size, at least according to specs). And it's way overpriced; the Rift is a much elegant alternative, much cheaper and will get better in a very short time.

But i'm curious where did they find 1080P and above, small OLED screens. If you dig a little more on their site, you'll see that the screens are not LCDs but OLEDs. Very high res OLEDs and there must be something fishy here, because afaik, no one can produce such high res small OLEDs at this time.
post #401 of 1138
Movies is my number one pri for the hmz-t2s cool.gif games are a bonus. And i find the option to look down below the screens a pluss so i can type this while wearing the unit

Kid is playing cod in 3D while im are waching it with the other biggrin.gif rather neet

Im hoping the darbee dablet comes anythime before xmas mad.gif as that im curious if it gnna do sum magic to the picture cool.gif gnna place the unit between the bd plaver and splitter, but also gnna test placing it just before the hmz-t2 controll box n see if theres anny diffrence in the 2 placements.
Edited by vaktmestern - 11/17/12 at 3:20am
post #402 of 1138
The HMZ is great for games and movies, especially Blu-Ray, DVD and mobile quality video not so much.
Oh and it's wonderful for picture slide shows.

My only want for future models is improved comfort, video scale and 1080p naturally.
post #403 of 1138
Would go one step further wanting 4k cool.gif
post #404 of 1138
Quote:
Originally Posted by DG25 View Post

First of all, that is a virtual reality device, it's not suited for movies, only for 3d software (and i would dare to say that it's not suited for games either, given the obvious input lag seen in videos). Second, it's way too bulky (but strangely, it's not that heavy for the size, at least according to specs). And it's way overpriced; the Rift is a much elegant alternative, much cheaper and will get better in a very short time.
But i'm curious where did they find 1080P and above, small OLED screens. If you dig a little more on their site, you'll see that the screens are not LCDs but OLEDs. Very high res OLEDs and there must be something fishy here, because afaik, no one can produce such high res small OLEDs at this time.

if sensics start selling this for usd$1500 surely Sony and everyone will go out of business !
i admire it's tech. the choice of FOV and resolution - 1080p oleds and lastly the patented optics - Damm the humongous price mad.gif

Surely the T2 alternatives are there and very pricey.
post #405 of 1138
Usless for movies wink.gif
post #406 of 1138
Quote:
Originally Posted by vaktmestern View Post

Usless for movies wink.gif

My guess is someone jacked his sign-on? Cos that's a plain dumb comment!
post #407 of 1138
Quote:
Originally Posted by Richhard1 View Post

My guess is someone jacked his sign-on? Cos that's a plain dumb comment!

Show me one headtracking vr movie wink.gif
post #408 of 1138
So really, $1k for the T2 is cheap, lol. cool.gif

For some reason I like watching TV on it, especially music preformances, it's like watching it on the big screen and *almost* being there.

Ancjob should just buy one already and get over it xD
Edited by Mickice - 11/17/12 at 6:45pm
post #409 of 1138
I just purchased a pair of Sennheiser HD558 over the ear, open back headphones.
The sound is amazing and there is plenty of volume when connected to the HMZ-T2.
These phones are excellent for Movies and are equally brilliant with Music of all types.
Shop around for best price, I paid $199 online whereas some other sites and retailers are asking around $300.

I feel so sorry for those who seem to have had negative experiences with the T2 as they are missing out on an amazing experience.

I just viewed "Arthur Christmas in 3D" and the result was nothing short of jaw dropping. (It was so good I watched it right through a second time some hours later)
The picture quality when viewed on the T2 is simply superb. (not to mention the fantastic 3D effects, plus it's also an enjoyable movie)

I had an eye test two weeks ago and now have new glasses, mainly for watching TV.
All 4 corners are now constantly in focus on the T2, so I'm thinking that some of the problems incurred by others are possibly eye related.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, for sharpness, detail and deep blacks, the T2 is by far the best consumer 3D viewing experience available at this time.

My only negative comment is the head straps can get uncomfortable after a while, but going by other comments here, that can be overcome with a bit of homemade ingenuity.
Let's hope Sony improve the comfort problems on the next model.
In the meantime I will continue to be absorbed and amazed.

Doug.
post #410 of 1138
Great exsperience that would cost 1000s to replicate in another way smile.gif
post #411 of 1138
Sunday morning greetings from Canada (specifically, Regina, Saskatchewan):

For those of you who have (in the past) purchased a big screen TV and the surround sound speaker system, what do you prefer - the HMZT2 experience with quality headphones, OR, the big screen experience with all of the speakers?

I continue to be very amazed with respect to the IMMERSIVE experience of the HMZT2. As mentioned in a previous post, my entertainment source is the PS3 and the new PS3 PULSE headphones. From time to time, I will also view content from the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

In short, is the HMZT2 better than any big screen TV on the market today? Your thoughts?

Enjoy the remainder of the weekend!

D!
post #412 of 1138
I don't have the HMZ yet, but i sure hope that the screen size perception is bigger than "large TV". I expect no less than "home projector size", if not more...
post #413 of 1138
I have the 65 inch vt50 I sit about 8 feet away. The hmz looks much bigger and the black levels are even better. The vt does have more detail but the contrast and perfect 3d on the hmz are amazing. Yes I would rather own the 84 inch 4k sony tv with my 7.1 setup but that would run you 25k. I also used to have a 180 inch screen with a panasonic projector. I sat about 17 feet away. The hmz looks about the same size but again the hmz kills it in light output, black levels, and color and zero crosstalk 3d. I'd say only down size is the weight on the hmz after using it for 2 hours and keeping the lenses in focus.
post #414 of 1138
Quote:
Originally Posted by ILuvSonyHMZ View Post

Sunday morning greetings from Canada (specifically, Regina, Saskatchewan):
For those of you who have (in the past) purchased a big screen TV and the surround sound speaker system, what do you prefer - the HMZT2 experience with quality headphones, OR, the big screen experience with all of the speakers?
I continue to be very amazed with respect to the IMMERSIVE experience of the HMZT2. As mentioned in a previous post, my entertainment source is the PS3 and the new PS3 PULSE headphones. From time to time, I will also view content from the MacBook Pro with Retina display.
In short, is the HMZT2 better than any big screen TV on the market today? Your thoughts?
Enjoy the remainder of the weekend!
D!

Its beats any tv of its perfect black levels cool.gif And the hmz-t2 should be compared to sharps led 80s n 90s and standing next to those tongue.gif the hmz beats them hands down in picture quality, despite them beeing 1080p screens. With earphones on its shure is a great exsperience
post #415 of 1138
I highly prefer the HMZ-T2 over any TV I have... The 3D is great, the screen looks massive and the blacks and colors are so damn great. Throw on surround headphones and you have your own pesonal IMAX
post #416 of 1138
Avatar in 3D is fantastic on it smile.gif
post #417 of 1138
My interest in this Sony HMD is getiing higher eveyday, true 720P per eye on OLED panels is state of the art image quality. If the focus is clear I don't see how this could be anything but amazing, no doubt 1080P version will be coming in the next year or two but Sony list this as equvilent tp 150" screen size and 720P is still very nice, since I know I can sell it down the road Im coming closer and closer to buying one of these babes. Can only image respectible 3D PC pluged into them. Temptation is reaching all time high ......I want one damn it, I know 3D must be off the charts. Virtual Reality is now Reality. in essence your buying a 150 720P OLED 3DTV for $999 .
post #418 of 1138
Yes it is once u go oled u dont want to return to the lesser tech smile.gif
post #419 of 1138
Quote:
Originally Posted by vaktmestern View Post

Avatar in 3D is fantastic on it smile.gif

I agree with this 100%, if you happen to ever own it I'd love your opinion on shrek 3D as I could hardly see any depth, but it might be me.

Just read that it's processed 3D and not dual screen capture 3D, thats probably why. Sad.
post #420 of 1138
Shrek on the HMZ was alright, nothing special... Avatar however is damn amazing, anything with good depth looks really good. I made some movies with extreme depth and was blown away watching them on the T2
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: 3D Displays
AVS › AVS Forum › 3D Central › 3D Displays › Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer HMD Dedicated Thread