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Yes, you need special 3D glasses to watch a 3D movie. You can buy some at monstercable.com or vizio.com.
No, however the two most popular 3D technology companies in the theaters are RealD and Master Image. So your glasses have to correspond to their format. I know a company, Visu…al World Products, that makes 3D glasses that work on both formats perfectly.
Currently, all commercial 3D televisions require glasses. There are some concept models that do not require glasses but they are not in full production and are not considered …to be market ready at present. The future of 3D will be heading towards viewing without glasses but there is a way to go before we will see the televisions in the stores.
This is from the VIZIO website Product OverviewBring the movie theater 3D experience home!* VIZIO Theater 3D Glasses are lightweight, comfortable, and battery-free, deliv…ering a cinema-style 3D experience to your own home. With Theater 3D, you will see crystal-clear, flicker-free 3D that's up to 50% brighter and causes less eye strain and less ghosting than conventional 3D. Want to catch the latest 3D blockbuster? Take your glasses with you to your favorite movie theater and watch in style and comfort.** This pack includes 2 pairs of 3D glasses so you can share the excitement with friends and family!
Yes. Toshiba makes models that are autostereoscopic (glasses-free) however these models are very very expensive.
No dear, you cannot use your 3d tv glasses as your eye specs. Since, 3d tv glass is using special film on their lenses which will not allow you to use as an eye specs.
Most 3D glasses are comfortable. LG claim that their glasses are the most comfortable because they use cheap lightweight polarizing types. However, active glasses are just as …light (less than one ounce in some cases). The final choice of glasses must be yours when you have actually tried them. Just like clothes and shoes, some glasses fit well and others don't. Wearing them for a while will let you know if they are the right ones for you.
Basicaly FPR (film pattern retarder) technology is used in these 3D TVs.LG is using successfully FPR technology in their Cinema TVs
It depends on the 3D television you own. If you own a Samsung, then Samsung glasses are appropriate. Similarly for Sony and Panasonic use glasses designed for the models. The… exception is LG. Because they only produce low resolution 3D televisions, they don't need particular glasses. Any cheap throw away glasses from the movie theaters will work. Of course, the cheap ones might not be the most comfortable.
Most active 3D glasses use lithium batteries. They are the smallest batteries currently available for this type of application with a high energy storage for their size. They …are not user replaceable normally but as they are rechargeable, this shouldn't be a problem.
Yes, they work nicely. But LG Cinema 3D already gives you four pairs for each set, right? The LG Cinema 3D TV glasses cost less than twenty bucks, so I think the price is quit…e affordable.
Glasses free 3D is at an experimental stage at present. The few examples are expensive and not impressive quality either. It will improve and the costs will come down in the f…uture but if you are considering 3D television, don't wait for glasses free systems - it will be a long wait for you.
In DVD Players
depends if the theatres glasses are the red and blue ones or the grey ones, and if your tv is red and blue or grey.
In Home Theater
Only on passive 3D systems. Active shutter systems use different glasses.
No televisions are currently as good as the movie theater 3D systems because their resolution is limited to 1080 lines. Theater systems operate at higher resolutions. However…, Samsung does operate at 1080 lines in 3D modem as do Sony and Panasonic. LG use a passive system that limits the resolution to just 540 lines to each eye. Although LG refer to their 3D system as "Cinema 3D", it is a long way from cinema quality.
In Home Theater
Yes,you can if they are specialy made.
When you are using your TV in 2D mode like net surfing or watching content in 2D, then you don't need 3D glasses. When you watch 3D content then of course you have to wear 3D …glasses.