Venom51 wrote:4k...the next great hope for future TV sales. 3D is dead again. Curved screens are essentially dead. The only thing they have to try to get you to buy another TV is 4k. I see no reason to move away from 1080p. The same crappy content isn't going to be better with more pixels.
Crash2009 wrote:3D had its moments, but they were rare. Everybody gets a big kick out of the grouper scene in IMAX Under the sea. As you walk into the room you are greeted by a six foot grouper in your face. Comcast had a 3D channel with a bunch of crappy content, didn't miss it when it was removed. Football games in simulated 3D have their moments, but usually the only thing that gets a rise out of anyone, is.....When the camera man zooms in on the pileup, the pileup looks like its in the room.
Yeah, basically dead.
Some interesting ?D things going on in Asia. Saw pictures of 2 things I thought were interesting. One was in a hockey arena....Dragon flys out of the ice then proceeds to fly around the entire arena. Another was a hotel lobby with dolfins doing the watusi in the lobby then disappearing by diving into the floor. These might have been holographic, I didnt see anyone wearing special glasses.
Novelty acts....see them once, and the thrill is over.
Getting back on topic...this NUC looks quite powerfull.
I'll have to download the 3D version.DavidinCT wrote:Man on a Wire" from 2008
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