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dual view ghosting

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I have a passive lg 3d tive which supports dual view. everyone says you can just switch the lenses to 2 l/l/ r/r but when i do that it does work but there is a slight ghosting of the other player on games (black ops 2) woudl real dual view galsses get rid of this or not? also i was told that the tv would work with movietheater glasses but ones i have from a 3d movie dont work, is that normal?

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anyone?
post #3 of 7
Yeah, dual view is going to push your TV's ability to block the opposing views. You'll see more crosstalk in dual view than in a 3D movie or game because the player 1 and player 2 images will have a lot of differences. 3D content works well to hide crosstalk because the images are practically identical except for a tiny horizontal shift.

Your movie theater glasses might have been IMAX glasses. You need to use circular polarized glasses like those found in RealD theaters.
post #4 of 7
LG's tv glasses are compatible with RealD glasses. You won't get any improvement by changing glasses. You are hitting the crosstalk limit of your TV.
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so my question is now will the dual view glasses be diffrent than just swapping out the lenses from regular 3d glasses?
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Originally Posted by zadam123 View Post

so my question is now will the dual view glasses be diffrent than just swapping out the lenses from regular 3d glasses?
they wont be any different at all in terms of performance- you just have to make sure the lenses will fit in that side of the frame.
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thanks
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