Originally Posted by Nayr2
With 3D movies at 1080p/24hz However, there was a very noticeable "wobble" with moving objects, like the left eye and right eye images are a frame out of sync or something. I've seen this same effect at theaters and it's one reason why I dislike many 3D movies. My main interest in 3D is gaming. I'm not sure if it's inherent in the movie or if it's a synchronization or playback issue.
The reason 3d 720p/60hz looks so smooth ect is because it's filled with true 60fps.
When watching a 24p/24hz film it has todo a pulldown, in 3d this is even more noticable and creates eveen more of a juddering effect.
You need a pj with Frame interpolation just like most 3dtv's do or you need " Smooth video project " to create your own realtime FI from a medium to high spec pc.
I just got a plasma, i here they was smooth, thats not true, there is still ghosting images on 24p films, using Svp though cleans up the image and produces a smooth video which is PERFECT for 3d films.
Does'nt work with 3d blurays, only video files like mkv sbs ect.