It's because you're not watching it in HD
I watched Gnomeo and Juliet last night. Was alright, wouldn't recommend it though.
3D is best on big screens or projectors IMO, anything less than 100" just ain't baller
We've always seen it as a bit of a gimmick really unless your doing it properly, so we blacked out all our windows that didn't have any blinds etc... This room is basically a dark room now (light is for effect )
I've got a 3D TV (LG 50" Active 3D) and I have to say that so far I prefer sport and documentaries to movies, but that's basically because my model of TV is notorious for Crosstalk (I wasn't aware until after I bought it but now it's blatantly obvious in anything but a bright scene). That's why I prefer sports because you can't really tell the Xtalk is there, but in dark scenes in films I find myself concentrating on the amount of Xtalk rather than the movie
I'd love to see a 3D movie an a TV which has 0 Xtalk, I bet it would be fantastic.
I also have the 51" d8000 top tv and the gaming in 3d is epic especially batman and gw3.
dk, I was looking at the D8000 replacement in a store the other week. The build quality has suffered in a big way. The fit and finish of the bezel is awful, especially in the corners. Also, the stand looks like cheap plastic.
The D8000 is definitely the better looking TV. IMO of course.
I haven't been to the store yet to see one, I'm afraid that if I go I might come back having bought one....
For the people that wear glasses, does it bother you? I found it a pain in the arse when I saw Avatar as the glasses didn't fit over my normal ones. I was left with a choice of watching a blurry screen without 3D bins or blurry and not able to focus properly with them, which gave me a headache. I cannot get on with contacts so it's a major issue for me until the non glasses screens are readily available and cheap enough.
Yeah, I find the whole glasses over my glasses a pain.
My Samsung glasses fit over my bins, no problem at all.
This was something I looked into, being a glasses wearer myself. I discounted the Sony as they just didn't sit well over my glasses, but the Samsung ones did. But then each manufacturer seems to have several different designs these days anyway.
Been looking at the new lg 47/55 lM670t.
Seems to get a few good reviews, my current lg was notorious for cross talk on 3d, wasn't the main reason I bought it. But the smart apps etc appeal.
Just seen the 3D 'remake' of Titanic.
Really impressed. The best live action 3D I've seen so far. All the more impressive given that it's a conversion. It does still suffer from some rare instances of 'cardboard cutout' that often seems to plague live action 3D, but overall it was brilliant, and super involving. I've seen this movie a few times, but I've never enjoyed it so much as I just did in 3D.
I might have to get hold of Titanic 3D. I've not watched a 3D form for months at home.
Does anybody have the Samsung UE40ES6300?? I am in the market for a new TV and dont want to spend a fortune, this has had great reviews the only thing, that im unsre about is the issue of Input lag for gaming as i plan to use this with my PS3 i want to make sure its p to the job. Can anybody shed any light on this?
A friend has the 70" Sharp LCD (don't recall the model number) which seems to be pretty good at the 3D. Glasses seem to fit over my normal specs without any issues.