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  1. The demise of 3D televisions

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38778244 I never knew Samsung had stopped production of 3D televisions. Sony and LG to follow. I was always terribly cynical of 3D in general, especially at home but our Samsung UE55H7000 is brilliant for 3D with the active glasses. The Martian, Avatar and the adventures of Tin Tin are all must sees in 3D. I can see why it never caught on however with the right TV it really does work well.
  2. Toshiba was the first to launch glass free 3D earlier this year, with the 55ZL2, but the puny 55" set has been put in it's place by Panasonic's 103" monster.Whilst it might not be 145" it does go towards the holy grail of not having to wear silly glasses when watching 3D TV. Unfortunately, you have to sit in exact positions to watch this, and if you move your head at all, then it's rubbish. I think we'll have to stick with glasses for a while longer..... Click here to view the article
  3. Whilst it might not be 145" it does go towards the holy grail of not having to wear silly glasses when watching 3D TV. Unfortunately, you have to sit in exact positions to watch this, and if you move your head at all, then it's rubbish. I think we'll have to stick with glasses for a while longer.....