3D TV may be trouble for kids, drunks and others

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I just posted the article 3D TV may be trouble for kids, drunks and others.

The luxury of 3D television isn’t for everyone, according to a warning message from Samsung.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/3d-tv-may-be-trouble-for-kids-drunks-and-others-28427/](http://www.myce.com/news/3d-tv-may-be-trouble-for-kids-drunks-and-others-28427/)

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#2

How about we just skip the whole damn 3D craze? Avatar was cool and all, but I don’t need 3D everything… I can live me life outside and see things in gasp 3D!


#3

I have been waiting to see how the High-Definition TVs will stack out. I have been watching the battle between Plasma, LCD, LED, or the up and coming OLEDs? The various refresh rates 120 vs. 240, progressive vs. interlaced, interface to the internet, and the number and type of ports which exist on HD TV such as RGB, Gaming, USB, high speed Wi-Fi (support for HD in streaming mode) from your computer to your TV, and HDMI (the talk about faster switching HDMI ports) . Now the advent of 3D but there again doesn’t seem to be standard – blue & red lenses, polarize lenses, or ones that I think are the best which use a sensor which quickly shutters one eye then other. I am excited about all of this but I would like to see the manufactures come together on a unified standard. So for now I am sticking with my old projection set with the converter box to see how this all shakes out both feature and price wise.


#4

That desire to bring fantasy one step closer to reality… with 3D. 3D is just a stepping stone to virtual reality but it sounds like if 3D is going to cause “altered vision, lightheadedness, dizziness, involuntary movements such as eye or muscle twitching, confusion, nausea, convulsions, cramps and disorientation” then virtual reality will kill you =).