How To Get The Most From Your 3D HDTV

Gamers, tech enthusiasts, and early adopters were the first to benefit from the shift to HDTV, and now they're reaping the rewards of jumping on the 3D train before everyone else. Good 3D TV programming and Blu-ray movies are still in short supply, but the amount of killer stereoscopic games is growing by the day. In fact, some of last year's biggest games came with support for 3D television sets. But just as in the early years of HD technology, discerning how to get the most out of your cutting-edge tech is no simple task.

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Ninjamonkey822387d ago (Edited 2387d ago )

Tbh Stereoscopic 3D aint really needed when you get as good a 3D effect from Passive 3D sets. Also a Passive set does not limit you to what games you can play in 3D.

Picked this up

Atm Running my PS3 in 3D loving it and Running my PC on the same Display 3D on any games i want. Also goes for the Blurays etc. I can not see the point in paying over the mill when there is offers like around.

Theres still to little games that support Stereoscopic 3D where as this way its basically your choice what you want to play. The effect is awsome and im yet to get a sore head playing in the dark The TV has built in backlight etc.

At this time this made a hell of a lot more sense to me. Battlefield 3 on the PC on this screen with 3D effects on :o.

Smashbro292387d ago

Or... Just throwing it out there: don't fall for the gimmick!