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Good Disc to Test for RBE?

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I know something like Sin City is supposed to reveal RBE no matter what, but I'm looking for something that is a little more middle ground--where, if you are sensitive you will probably see the rainbow effect ... hopefully it might be a disc or rip I already have, but if not I will go out and get it ...

Any suggestions?
post #2 of 6
Some of the Harry Potter films.
Mainly during darkness and fire/light flicker and panning scenes.
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Perfect. Anyone in particular, Plasmaman?
post #4 of 6
Tron Legacy is brutal for RBE. If you're sensitive to it, you're going to see it in most of the scenes in this movie.

My Sharp 30K 3D DLP has a 5x color wheel and it's just beyond my threshold to see them. Any speed less than this and I can't use that projector in my setup.
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are there any scenes in Tron in particular??

My Optoma projector has a six-segment 2x speed wheel, but I dont think ive ever noticed any effect.. or it just doesnt bother me?
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Originally Posted by zombie10k View Post

Tron Legacy is brutal for RBE. If you're sensitive to it, you're going to see it in most of the scenes in this movie.

My Sharp 30K 3D DLP has a 5x color wheel and it's just beyond my threshold to see them. Any speed less than this and I can't use that projector in my setup.

Thanks! I could see how that would be the perfect test. I just watched a clip--people dressed in skin tight black body suits, running around against a black background, with neon lights streaming by them ... seems like it would be an RBE nightmare.
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