at least it's not just us?
OT - What better way to sell a 3-D TV?
Saw the Panasonic sale though on engadget. Still $3k for a 50" TV blu-ray player and glasses is a bit steep.
is going to be that high for a 3-D TV. For example, Samsung is incorporating it as a base feature for most, if not all, of their new model series (my pops bought a Samsung LCD 7 months ago, and it has some input for a 3D module, maybe for an infrared device to sync with shutter glasses). I wouldn't be surprised if will be incorporated into a settop box or blu-ray player so that it will work on legacy tvs. I believe the technology consists of outputting a left-eye frame followed by a right-eye frame (or vice-versa) every 1/60th of a second (i.e., one frame every 1/120th of a second), so that any 120 Hz TV should be able to handle it. The other requirement is syncing with shutter glasses, which could be done by an external device (such as an STB).
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Thank you for solving my lack of tech skills... :^)
The brilliance of your Diary postings is more than enough to make up for any lack of tech skills.....
2. Actual programming available for the TV.