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8/28/2014 07:35 PM EDT
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wilber_xbox
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Re: whither 3D Tv?
wilber_xbox   8/29/2014 12:23:16 PM
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I donot think that technology has reached a dead end but its premature market. Mostly there is little content available for 3D TV. Unless there are thousand of movies, series, commericals and general content available i do not see 3D going anywhere. Also, the consumer hardware that can capture 3D videos and pics should be first thing to develop to increase the 3D content.

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Re: whither 3D Tv?
junko.yoshida   8/29/2014 11:45:28 AM
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You are absolutely right. Not much talk on 3D. But in the case of 3DTV, the issue is more of the usability than anything else.

The money is poured into UDTV, OLED, and definitely the biggest target for everyone is "mobile."

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whither 3D Tv?
prabhakar_deosthali   8/29/2014 6:35:29 AM
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In all this talk of the new trends and predictions  in displays, the much touted about  the 3D displays seem to have vanished from the discussion forums.

Has that technology reached a dead end?

 

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