Now, onto the topic of Coraline in 3D, if anyone here happened to see the Mitsubishi booth at the recent CEA Lineshows with their 3D-ready DLPs (they also have 3D-ready LaserVue displays) running Coraline in 3D using their Nvidia/DirectX scheme with polarized glasses sending 60Hz to each eye, you'd know how great 3D could look in the home. There was no difference in detail and color between the 2D and 3D versions at all. Unfortunately, there is no way to play that back from Blu-ray as of today. The whole format relied on DirectX running from a PC.
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