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The 3D films you see at the cinema employ a different technology to the 3D now coming out on new TVs. Here's an explanation of the pros and cons of each.

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YY05HI posted a comment   

Damn, they both have really bad down sides! But maybe passive is better.... uh I dunno. Bring on glasses-less! The 3DS may pave the way for more investment into large screens doing the same (I know there are some, but apparently they're not that great)




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