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Why do I get headaches when I watch 3D TV?
Some people complain of discomfort and headaches when watching 3D television. The technology is improving fast but before investing in any 3D system it is important to experience a range of models and makes. Make sure you are able to tolerate the 3D effects without any discomfort.
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On weekends or after work/school on weekdays.
Of course. All 3D TVs allow you to watch 'normal' 2D images as well. In fact the 2D quality is exceptionally good on the majority of 3D TVs.
3D Videos using blue-green glasses or blue-red glasses can be watched on an ordinary 2D television, although the effect is quite subtle and destroys the color picture fidelity…. 3D videos made for 3D televisions can only be watched on 3D televisions. 3D Blu-Ray discs will only play when connected to 3D televisions with HDMI cables.
You don't have to wear 3D TV glasses all the time if you are not watching 3D programs on your TV. You can always choose between regular 2D mode and 3D mode, and if you are wat…ching standard 2D then you don't need to wear the glasses. You would only need to wear 3D TV glasses when you choose to watch the movies in 3D modes. To watch regular day shows or movies, you don't need to wear 3D TV glasses, but the regular 2D contents can be converted to 3D when the 3D TVs like from LG has the feature. In that case you will need your 3D TV glasses to watch them.
Yes. You can. Most 3D TVs are built with such a high specification that the 2D images you'll see on them are of exceptional quality. They're built that way because they need t…hat high specification to deliver the best 3D imaging possible.
All 3D TVs can show both 2D and 3D images. You simply have to change its mode from 2D or 3D. It depends on which content you are watching.
For now, no. You'll only get dizzy and won't be able to enjoy any 3D effect. Right now, 3D without glasses is only available in some phones and portable game devices but techn…ology is being developed and it is just a matter of time before we can all watch 3D TV without the glasses! There are two Toshiba without glasses 3D models released in Japan only. Reports suggest that they have not had great success in sales. There are a number of dfferent solutions for delivering 3D TV without glasses. Non of these are fully developed yet, although some have been demonstrated at various exhibitions.
No, Samsung 3D TVs are active 3D TVs. Unlike passive models, the active technology allows full resolution images to be used. Passive televisions avoid switching the image from… one eye to the other but at the expense of vertical resolution.
Yes By Watching TV every 24hours can give you really bad headaches and even migraines its even worse in the dark it gives the same headaches and even strains your eyes.
No, unless you don't watch Direct TV or have 2D to 3D Conversion TV. However, not all the 3D TVs are capable of converting 2D to 3D. Therefore, answer is Yes and No. You will …be able to watch TV channels in 3D on 3D TVs like LG but not on such like a Vizio because they don't support 2D to 3D conversion. So check the spec whether there are this feature in the TV before you buy it if you want to watch TV channels like Oprah, American Idol, NFL in 3D. Plus, this conversion feature convert not only TV channels but anything on TV meaning you will be able to watch literaily any contents even downloaded movie from internet, on 3D. I read ESPN and Discovery Channel in 3D are available for 24/7.
Some 3D televisions have a 3D simulation facility that tries to recreate a 3D image from 2D content. Don't expect it to be the same standard as content originated in 3D. The f…eature must be treated as a bonus and not a reason to buy one model over another.
No. The HDTV has to be a 3D HDTV in order to play 3D Blu-Ray movies
Probably not if it makes your head hurt worse. Sometimes watching TV can act as a distraction to the pain and can actually be helpful. Each patient is different from the next.… For best advice, seek the help of a physician or headache specialist.
Yes if you plug your computer into your tv and it has nvidia 3d support then use sterescopic when you set it up instead of classes
It is television or video that gives its viewers a perception of depth. That is, a viewer can feel the depth of different objects while watching TV. The same perception of dep…th was possible earlier with Stereoscopic TV. This perception of depth is given to the viewers by providing slightly different views of the same scene, to each eye of a user. By analysing the differences between these two images, the human brain is able to distinguish objects at different depths. In stereoscopic TV, all the viewers of the scene will see the same view. This is similar to the present IMAX cinemas, which shows 3D movies. The difference between 3D TV and stereoscopic TV is that, different views will see different views of the same scene. For example, in a future cinemas the displays 3D movies with this technology, the viewers will see different views of the scene, depending upon the place they sit, in the cinema. Of course, you still need to wear the special kind of 3D glasses because the technology that would let us see in 3D is still in the laboratories. However, these are not the same kind of glasses you get given in the cinema, the 3D glasses you use to watch 3D television are a special kind called Active Shutter Glasses.
There are converters that claim to help you watch 3D on regular TVs though not everyone would compare the effect to 3D. Sony's new 3D TVs claim to have an "up-conversion" tha…t will up any of your current 2D dvds to 3D. Again, we wont know until they arrive how successful this is. Expect other manufacturers to have their own technology to do the same thing.