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post #91 of 891 Old 09-26-2014, 11:25 PM
 
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Better this time around, and I don't know exactly why; probably my mood @ the moment.
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I just caught myself looking at a new 4k passive LG, oh what will I do with the display I have now that I just bought 2 years ago?

Yes, I've noticed many on here, thankfully not so much in the 3D section —we're pretty much all 3D Fans here, diss on 3D, like it's a feature like a curved screen or something. It's more than a feature. 3D is art really, it's realism and truism. 3D is about the closest thing out there to what we actually see, it really is amazing that so many are not watching it.

AVS is full of so called experts and knowledgable people, yet they don't see 3D as a benefit? Seems contradictory to me. I really can see a time when 3D is the only option for viewing, then if you can't view both, you just view with whichever eye you can. 3D has evolved so much over the past 100 something years, it keeps getting resurrected after a technological hurdle is jumped, then it rests for awhile until the next revolution.

It seems to be resting again? There's still content being delivered so not completely resting.

Conservative 3D is a problem. After watching Pompeii, I'm just at a loss as to why? There's so much more potential. Why not have a little popout here and there if it's that type of film? Why not give true depth perspective instead of making it resemble a converted 3D job.
What always baffles me is how in one sentence someone decires 3D as a fad, yet extolling 4K which I believe will be another niche. Niche calling a niche niche.

I'd love to get my hands on a Blu Monster's Ball.-LilStinky

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AVS is full of so called experts and knowledgable people, yet they don't see 3D as a benefit? Seems contradictory to me. I really can see a time when 3D is the only option for viewing, then if you can't view both, you just view with whichever eye you can. 3D has evolved so much over the past 100 something years, it keeps getting resurrected after a technological hurdle is jumped, then it rests for awhile until the next revolution.
Tom- There are lots of self proclaimed experts here on AVS. In reality, not really experts on anything other than how they feel about their hobby. Most of them have more knowledge about our hobby than the average TV watcher.

But, while many at AVS are outspoken about 3D is is nothing new. AVS members are mostly in fear of the new technology in general. I never did quite understand that mindset but would have to believe that most here want to believe that the big bucks they just spent on the latest stuff will never become obsolete. So when a new technology is announced, they automatically claim it stinks. They don't know if the community will accept it and hope they don't. When the community or a large part of it does accept it ( I'm including a much larger community than just those who post here) they deny the statistics, searching endlessly for evidence it is unpopular. From my own beginning in the hobby in 1973 I recall this rejection with surround sound, vs stereo. I can't think of any technology that was accepted as great for the hobby in it's history. Few here will recall the huge debate about tubes vs transistors for hifi equipment. AVS began at the beginning of the HDTV, and the digital projector. Anyone who owned a CRT back then considered you a fool if you switched to a digital projector.

I'm different in that I can't wait to get the new tech stuff. I had a 3/4 Umatic VCR before most people knew you could record a TV program. I had a 72" Kloss Novabeam projector when most people thought a 25" color CRT was as big as you could see TV. And I went through all the iterations of surround sound. I'm no different with other technology. I'm not an early adopter much anymore but I never put down the new tech I don't yet have. Last early adopter was my smart watch I'm had for over a year. Even with all the hype Apple watch is getting now, most don't even know this exists and when I answer my phone from my wrist, people stare at me like I'm Dick Tracy in disguise.

I just understand the mindset of the AVS forum posters who hate anything new. There is no point in debating the subject as they are experts. I just know that one day they will come around when they are ready, just as the guy who would never have a transistor in his home theater because they sound awful and not real, like tubes. 3D and 4K is just the latest new and different offering. When most people were saying we don't need anything more than 1080p, today we have cell phone makers striving to offer that in small 5" cell phone screens. Will we have 4K cell phone screens in another 5 years? Probably sooner than that.

I don't see everyone getting stereo 3D because there are physical limitations preventing some people from seeing it. However, I do see ALL Hollywood movies, maybe extend that to all media entertainment, being offered in 3D one day as a choice for us to decide.
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Received Ratatoulli 3D and Godzilla 3D today in the mail. Should be a good 3D weekend.

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That was a good read Don, above the above.

* Ratatouille btw.
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A little off subject, are there any good 3D glasses that cover up the peripheral vision. The Samsung 3D glasses that came with my Sammy Plasmas, those rectangular things leave too much open.

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Goggle around; you'll see all 3D model glasses.

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Transformers 1-4, took over a week to rewatch these and then view the new one. They just go on forever and I fall asleep halfway into them.

I didn't think the 3D was any better than the 3rd. It's ok, but Legend of Hurcules was better 3D. HD quality was good and the story was a little better than the 3rd. They should have replaced Shia in the 3rd movie with Wallburg. That's about all I have to say about Transformers. It's a lot of special effects, if that's your thing. The audio cut out completely at 2hr35 using the 7.1. I backed it up a minute and tried it again and it played fine the 2nd time through. It seems like I have nothing but trouble on Dolby True HD tracks. Just about every one has issues.

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Picked up Pacific Rim after a very strong recommendation on the Transformers 4 thread.

The 3D depth is dialed way up.(we need to see more of this) Even the over use of night sequences didn't hurt the effect. Could've used a bit more pop out, but probably the most effective conversion I've seen yet. I'm glad I added it to my humble collection.


I also grabbed Hotel Transylvania...for no particular reason.

The animation and the 3D are just passable on this one. There is one very funny joke involving a suit of armor being kicked in the groin, but it doesn't really stand up to Despicable Me. The movie it seems most intent on emulating.
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Just finished up X-Men DOFP. Very clever film, nicely put together. The 3D wasn't overly impressive but it was worth the purchase. Some scenes really benefited from 3D. I got the BB version which has the bonus packaging junk. This was a nice edition to the series.

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I'll be investigating that one soon. ...Time...so little of it and so many movies.
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Just finished up X-Men DOFP. Very clever film, nicely put together. The 3D wasn't overly impressive but it was worth the purchase. Some scenes really benefited from 3D. I got the BB version which has the bonus packaging junk. This was a nice edition to the series.
That kitchen scene where everything pauses has some nice 3D.

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I just got thru watching Mr. Peabody & Sherman on 3D BluRay.

As a fan of the old cartoons I thought the movie did a good job of bringing the characters into the 21st century. While the movie gets saddled with all of typical "family film" tropes, it was also very faithful to the original material. The old Mr. Peabody & Sherman cartoons always revolved around the heroes taking a trip into the past to help some historical character achieve some significant accomplishment and were full of revisionist history, offbeat historical recreations and deliberately bad puns. The new movie keeps that same tone and if anything I think a lot of the gags are oriented more towards adults than the little kids.

Visually the 3D was really good with outstanding depth and lots of stuff poking out of the screen. The trips into the past take the viewer to all sorts of places like ancient Egypt, Renaissance Italy, the Trojan War and more and each has its own distinctive look. The movie definitely used 3D to its advantage and watching it in 2D would lessen the experience.

There is also a Rocky & Bullwinkle 3D short on the disc which is also well done and quite faithful to those old cartoons as well.

Overall a very entertaining film and definitely a keeper.

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Watching Arches National Park from the America's National Park series on DVR. Missin my 3Net. I even miss the repetitive 3Net commercials too during the programs.)

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I tried that guy the other night (in 3D) but fell asleep (was tired).
...I'll try another night, soon, when less tired.
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I still have some 3D blus I never watched yet. Pacific Rim, Godzilla, a few others. I'm going to watch the Wizard of Oz and House of Wax this week for the Halloween mood. Both really well done 3D. I just happen to be getting in my 70" LG this morning as a replacement for the R550a.

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Just found this thread and thought I'd chime in as well.


I have lately started collecting 3D movies that have great pop out scenes as I think that is one area that has been completely under utilized by the movie industry in recent years. The fear that many might consider it as just "a gimmick" has to a larger extent played a part in this but I speak for many when I say that is absolutely not the case. Even though I'm a videophile, I'd like to be razzled dazzled every time I put those ridiculous glasses on but that rarely is the case anymore as every filmmaker is playing it 'too safe'.


Anyways I just watched A turtle's Tale which is considered by many as one of the finest 3D mediums ever.


Sad really as movies like these are what make 3D really wonderful.


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Anyways I just watched A turtle's Tale which is considered by many as one of the finest 3D mediums ever.


Sad really as movies like these are what make 3D really wonderful.
If you like pop-Outs, than you MUST also watch Sammy's Adventures 2 and Thunder and the house of Magic. The last one is directed by Ben Stassen, the same Person who directed Sammy's Adventures 1&2. You also MUST watch Journey to the Center of the Earth 1&2 (Journey to the mysterious Island).
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^^^^ I have and the only one that I'm missing is Journey 2 which I'll be picking up very soon
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Watching America's National Parks: Death Valley, from 3Net.

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I've recently watched Piranha, Shark Night and Final Destination 5. Yes I have teenagers. They were fun for the kids but the 3D didn't really impress in any of them.

Watched Edge of Tomorrow with the wife, good 3D but I was surprised they didn't make more and better use of it.

Haven't watched anything that rivals Gravity yet and was pleasantly surprised at how good the 3D was in Titantic.

I've got the last Transformers, Godzilla, Avatar and Predator in the cue.
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Finally watched (entirely) the last X-Men flick in 3D. ...It was fine, I liked it.
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We all love good 3D well made with intelligent artistic taste; TF4 is surely one of them.
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Watching Magic of the Louvre Ep 2 on LG's 3D World. Low quality streaming, full of compression artifacts, macro blocking and lots of buffering due to my slow internet. But it's 3D. A nice concept but the low bit rate ruins the quality. A few other shows look interesting. I'll take a look and post the ones worth watching.

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Watched Jurassic Park 3D today and really liked it. After being disappointed by my last couple purchases (Wreck it Ralph the most recent) I was really happy to see a movie where it was always obvious the film was in 3D. It felt like it was filmed to be in 3D from the start. Great job on this conversion!
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I wonder if LG will continue to support LG World once they launch 3DGO in the coming days. Can't wait until it hits Canada later this year.


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Watched Jurassic Park 3D today and really liked it. After being disappointed by my last couple purchases (Wreck it Ralph the most recent) I was really happy to see a movie where it was always obvious the film was in 3D. It felt like it was filmed to be in 3D from the start. Great job on this conversion!
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I'm going to watch The House of Wax which I bought last year. To anyone looking for a great Halloween 3D movie, please pick it up. The 3D depth and pop out is very obvious, it's a great 3D movie, and great classic at the same time!

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Watching America's National Parks: Death Valley, from 3Net.
tom- how is that? in 3D? I'll have to track it down. I've been collecting footage for 3 years now of the Death Valley sites and will be complete on my next visit. It will be another like Bryce Canyon I did.

Where did you watch 3Net from? I thought they were off the air as of August.

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