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    Waive goodbye to the 3D TV

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      Re: Waive goodbye to the 3D TV

      The hard truth is that whilst things are constantly improving and getting cheaper, if you get something now, then it will be out of date, but you will have had a few years of enjoyment in the mean time.

      If you wait another 2-5 years, then there will always be something else around the corner.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      The hard truth is that whilst things are constantly improving and getting cheaper, if you get something now, then it will be out of date, but you will have had a few years of enjoyment in the mean time.

      If you wait another 2-5 years, then there will always be something else around the corner.
      yes with most electrical items that IS the case but.....
      3D is still very much in the development / public reaction stage - until they settle for something concrete, and not change there minds every 12 mths - think i,ll hang on just a bit longer

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      Re: Waive goodbye to the 3D TV

      WOW!
      Strange how no one has done this earlier though...isn't it a similar principle to the old 3d viewmasters I had in my yoof whereby a 3d image was created from 2 single images? I think I've still got some reels in the loft with pictures of Tom & Jerry and the Grand Canyon..
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      Re: Waive goodbye to the 3D TV

      Quote Originally Posted by bigj2552 View Post
      yes with most electrical items that IS the case but.....
      3D is still very much in the development / public reaction stage - until they settle for something concrete, and not change there minds every 12 mths - think i,ll hang on just a bit longer
      3D has been around since the 1930's. This is its fourth reincarnation. The only thing that has really changed is that you can now get a headache without leaving home. Mind you, some women have been able to do that for years

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      Re: Waive goodbye to the 3D TV

      Quote Originally Posted by Old_nick View Post
      ...The only thing that has really changed is that you can now get a headache without leaving home. Mind you, some women have been able to do that for years
      Owww...

      What are you suggesting about us women??????

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