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    The future is NOT active glasses. That is preposterous. Simply incredibly stupid.

    The "consortium" announced that active glasses are in our future. Not. Samsung, Panasonic and Sony.

    Watch here for what the future really looks like.

    Trust me on this one. They have lost their minds... really. I'll bet my lifelong reputation on it.

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    Hehehe....

    Can we expect that Scarlet will be included in that "future" ?

    It'd be a great cam for 3D rigs.
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    This is war :)
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    Heh heh heh...
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    I think 3D needs a spec more than anything.
    There is so much floating around that its just making it very difficult for everyone to figure out what to do and what not to do.

    With 3D, there's a whole new eco-system that needs to be put into place to ensure that what you intend to deliver to your audience is actually what they see!

    Passive glasses have their drawbacks as well, dont they?

    Quick to edit, i aint advocating that the consortium is right, i am just wondering what the Spec would eventually be!~
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    Love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Heh heh heh...
    Tagline, tagline, tagline ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mithun DSouza View Post
    Passive glasses have their drawbacks as well, dont they?
    No glasses at all would be better. ;)
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    So....passive polarized?
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