has anyone got a hold of the 3D glasses yet? are they polarized?
can I pay know, or put a deposit down ?
A couple of questions to people in the know:
1) Does the "under $10K" include optics, i.e. the lens?
2) Since this is passive 3D, I'm assuming a polarization retaining screen is required. Correct?
I saw a Twitpic that showed someone wearing oakley 3D glasses. they appear to be these ones
@ Jonathan McGuire. Would it be a fair guess to say you work in a cinema?
Let me just say this one thing: This seems great and all, the price is within reach and the technology seems very advanced. But I do have one complain however... I'm going to need a much bigger appartment now :)
It would be super amazing if we could use some kind of alternate power for this thing (redvolts/XL, red bricks...) Maybe add a 1B connection and/or offer a little redvolt module. Perfect for remote venues... or projection art :) Think about it...
What are the specs on it for brightness and contrast? I'm curious how this would work as an IMAG projector in the live events world.
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