Professor Zoom wrote:
Hanukkah Solo wrote:
I seem to be one of the lucky few who doesn't experience any problems while wearing 3D glasses over my regular ones.
Me and you, I guess.
Make that three of us. I do prefer one specific type that was used a while back, although that may have been on an IMAX 3D screen. It was a shield over your glasses, in which the signal alternated between the left and right lenses to provide the effect. Does that sound familiar to anyone?
Apparently the more you see HFR the more used to it you get. I like the idea that the old fashioned tech of cinema is going to be infused with some new life.
That's why I'm thinking I won't have much of a problem, if any at all. I am quite used to the motion smoothing effect on our LED set.
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