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Old 05 May 2011   #1
3D television and CG Graphics

Hello guys,what's up?? =)

Ok, I just wanna know if I make an animation or even a still image (Arch Viz or Turntable character for example) and play into a 3D television using polarized glasses, the effect is very satisfactory or a waste of time and money.

I want to buy a 3D TV, but I really do not know if this will work as I wish!

Thanks in advance guys!


Johann Moisés (ARKAIKO).
 
Old 05 May 2011   #2
If you plan to make stereoscopic content professionally then you'll need a stereoscopic display of some sort to check the work. Do you mean is it worth it in a shits and giggles sense? I would say no. There's a lot of other things you could do with the money that would be a lot more interesting and/or fun than a stereoscopic television.
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Old 05 May 2011   #3
Originally Posted by olson: If you plan to make stereoscopic content professionally then you'll need a stereoscopic display of some sort to check the work. Do you mean is it worth it in a shits and giggles sense? I would say no. There's a lot of other things you could do with the money that would be a lot more interesting and/or fun than a stereoscopic television.


Hmm thank you Luke!!

Actually I want to show my 3D images and animations as well, like in the cinema 3D, wearing those glasses polarizados.With technology so advanced today that segment, it is not possible with such satisfactory results in 3D TV?I just wanna show my images (stills and animation) for client in that way!!

Thanks again!!
 
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