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3D Question?

Bombadil
First Mate


Mar 30 2013, 6:28pm

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3D Question? Can't Post

Okay, this morning Bomby upgraded Cyberlink PowerDVD
... to version 10 (which has just been made Available Free!)

This has 3D capability!
Now when watching TH over 12 times in Theatres,
Bomby was so overwhelmed...
walked with 2 kinds of Glasses...
One is IMAX Glasses
The other one is RealD 3D

So when it's available on HuluPlus, Netflix or RedBox.com
Probably this coming weekend...

Will Bomby be able to watch it on-line in 3D,
or from a Disc?

So confused...Many of youzzGuys are much more
Technology Minded than this ancient Dude!
xo Bomby


glor
Rigger

Mar 30 2013, 6:58pm

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Only if... [In reply to] Can't Post

you have to have a screen that is capable of displaying 3D...a 3d TV or Pc screen (do those exist?).

You can't view 3D on a screen not specifically designed for it.

So pop down to your local TV outlet and slap down over 1000 on a 3d tv and yes you can watch in that format otherwise, it's normal 2D for you Wink

 
 

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