Originally Posted by Bengali
Do you get flicker with RF glasses as well? Alice in wonderland 3d was nice to watch since it had darker scenes. During the bright scenes flicker is much more noticable as you mentioned.
Yes, the Monster Vision 3D's will look the same as the factory glasses. If we use the same MV3D glasses on the Sharp 30K DLP, the 3D image will appears as solid as watching regular 2D. This is one of the benefits of the DLP panels since they are much faster than the SXRD panels.
Many folks don't directly see it but I do think it subconsciously lends itself to headaches that some folks get from watching 3D. There appears to be a direct correlation for flicker based on the panel speed. So for those sensitive to it, it goes from perfect to migraine in this order:
Any 3D DLP > Epson 5010/5020 (480hz) > Sony HW50 (240hz) > Any 3D JVC (120hz)
As time goes on, you'll likely get used to it. Reducing screen reflections off adjacent walls and ceilings can help minimize the perception of the flicker.