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  • 3D going bye bye?

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment...th/?test=faces

    I apologize for this being foxnews. I tried to locate a similar story on bbc, guardian, cnn, and the onion. Nothing. :angel:
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    I still have a tube tv inside a wood enclosure
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  • #2
    God I hope so, those damn movies give me headache!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by HuskerOmaha
      http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment...th/?test=faces

      I apologize for this being foxnews. I tried to locate a similar story on bbc, guardian, cnn, and the onion. Nothing. :angel:
      Next time ask Django1 for link help. :yes:

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dvenardos
        God I hope so, those damn movies give me headache!
        Get these. http://www.chasehometheater.com/foru...55&postcount=9 :cool 3:

        HuskerO, I voted yes. We will never fully get rid of the attempt to go 3D.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dvenardos
          God I hope so, those damn movies give me headache!
          That's because you didn't get these sweet 3D glasses!

          That's me and my daughter on our way to see Transformers 3D.
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          • #6
            For it to be going Bye-Bye means that you and everyone else actually thought it was HERE........:eek::eek::eek::doh! 1:

            I honestly cant say a single friend of mine has 3D, but that might be because I dont hang out with the cool kids(or they just have better things to spend their money on):eek:
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            • #7
              I would rather have/see more of this type of
              high definition movies

              http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=K-Rs6YEZAt8

              my wife does not care too much for the 3D experience -
              and we will never have a 3D tv for home use.

              PS> I think Avatar was/is the best 3D movie to experience.
              I loved it.

              PPS> thisSapporo ad had been posted before somewhere in these forums

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              • #8
                I don't think 3D is here to stay, not in its current form, anyway.

                The numbers for "T3" are down from 2009’s “Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen” ...
                Well, duh, what did they expect? They got rid of Megan Fox! :rolleyes:

                :D

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by fanuminski
                  I think Avatar was/is the best 3D movie to experience.
                  Respectfully have to disagree.

                  This.

                  I dislike how even when you watch a 2D version of a movie that was made with 3D in mind, the gratuitous "3D being thrown toward the camera" is so blatantly obvious. I watched "Drive Angry" last night, there was a scene where a tire iron whipped toward the camera - duh I get it.
                  my dedicated HT build thread (AVS)

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                  • #10
                    I think 3D will find a comfortable niche in animation, kids movies and games once they get things figured out. I just don't see it ever becoming a huge thing until they can get rid of the glasses. Until then its great for simulators, IMAX, and thrill rides but I am not planning on upgrading any of my tv sets. If my next tv/projector happens to be 3D it won't because its a feature I am seeking or even care about. I just don't get it socially. Watching a sporting event with other people in those glasses would suck.

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                    • #11
                      Can I vote in multiple categories? I still actually have a tube TV in a wooden enclosure (paid $50 for it as a backup TV in the study about 12 years ago). It's not hooked up to anything anymore, but it's so heavy I haven't bothered to move it. :)

                      Those 3D numbers are definitely declined, but they are not insignificant. So I suspect 3D will stay around. I would expect the numbers from a year ago to be higher as people "try it out". (We saw Tangled in 3D in the theaters to give the 3D experience a try.) By now, most moviegoers will ahe seen it and have made a choice whether they like it or not. Naturally, the number that like it will be <100%, so the percentage that see it in 3D will decline. Bu thta tdoesn't mena the slope will continue downwards.

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                      • #12
                        what's wrong with fox news?
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