[quote name="3DMamper" url="/t/1432437/official-owners-thread-panasonic-pt-ae8000u-us-version-pt-at6000e-european-version/1140#post_22920124"I hope someone proves me wrong as i really want the perfect gaming projector. Ok maybe the Optoma GT750 can, buts its 720p and i want 1080p.[/quote]
Some certain 3D movies, for me with my settings, have more crosstalk than others. I just watched Resident Evil Afterlife and Coraline and saw very very minimal amount of crosstalk, whereas ParaNorman had more crosstalk than Coraline. But it's still minimal in ParaNorman. I did watch Despicable Me a while ago and did see more crosstalk than usual. But I assumed it was b/c of how aggressive 3D was in that feature, coupled with the high contrasting bright colors. Also, I view 3D with 3D glasses set to "light" (vs. "normal" or "dark"). I also don't use the frame creation feature which is supposed to minimize crosstalk.
I haven't tested 3D using a DLP TV or projector. So far, besides the AE8000, I've viewed 3D on LCD Passive TV (LG), LED Active Shutter TV (Sony), and a couple Plasma Active Shutter TVs (Samsung and Panasonic); and all showed very minimal ghosting, but the Passive LCD didn't seem to have any crosstalk whatsoever, perhaps because that Passive TV defaults to over 240hz when in 3D.
According to this article though http://hifi-writer.com/wpblog/?p=3451
, as you said with your Optoma DLP projector, DLP and Passive are the best for crosstalk issues. And 3D headsets are crosstalk-free in general. I read somewhere else that 3D gaming will display more crosstalk than 3D movies, just because of the nature of "free-movement" in gaming vs. controlled-framing in movies. I do prefer the sharpness and natural cinematic look of my old 2D DLP projector, but definitely favor the AE8000 for brighter colors and brightness, especially for 3D.
Also, FYI, I read somewhere to wait 15 to 20 minutes for projectors to completely "heat up" when watching 3D, which I think is correct b/c that's when I see the most ghosting (at the start of a movie).