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re: Hollywood gears up 3D TV effort
BladeRunner68   9/11/2008 6:50:59 AM
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"This very beginning of a long path" It will be a long involved job of defining common 3D codecs for TVs. We are just at the very beginning of 3DTV, our feet aren't even wet, nor is the direction of the path. Anyways, there would only be a fairly small % of the industry that would even consider using this type of technology world wide.

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re: Hollywood gears up 3D TV effort
rick merritt   8/9/2008 6:46:28 PM
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Do you think 3DTV will be the next big thing in television? Why or why not?



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