I wanted to ask a question and after searching, I eventually found the answer. Here's the question I wanted to ask and the answer I found.
Q. What are the model names of the current Mitsubishi HDTVs that support S-3D (3D Ready) with their resolution and size?
WD-57833 – Diamond 57” - 1080p
WD-65833 – Diamond 65” - 1080p
WD-73833 – Diamond 73” - 1080p
As this progresses, we clearly see console game hardware manufacturers also developing the capability for console games. Our Diamond 2007 DLPs and 2008 DLPs are able to leverage all of these technologies.
That's something I'm looking forward to.
I play the XBOX 360 with a 71 inch screen and a DLP 1024x768 projector. The first time I played Assassin's Creed and climbed a tower for the first time and got a beautiful view of the surrounding, one of the first thing I told myself is that this game would really look awesome in S-3D. It's bit dizzying to look down from high up on a big 2D screen so I just can't imagine how it would look in S-3D with a higher resolution.
Mr. Naranjo is looking forward to seeing more content and so am I. If I could buy the Blu-ray disk of the S-3D version of the recent Beowolf movie, I would buy it and I would buy a Blu-ray player. I did not like the story much but I want it, for the S-3D experience. I don't know what they are waiting for to release it. It's probably not showing anymore on any S-3D theater so they would not loose anything by releasing it now. There is not any competition in the market of S-3D Blu-ray disks so it's the time to make the first move and release the first S-3D Blu-ray movie ever produced.
Maybe they are trying to come up with a standard way of making the disks, players and HDTVs compatible together easily for S-3D content. It needs to be user friendly. But I don't really see how hard this can be. They can just put the left and right pictures interlaced on the disk like they do for curent HQFS DVDs and add an option in the TV to activate stereo (of course, it's better if this is activated automatically when you start the disk playback).
I have a question :
- Does Mitsubishi plan on developping their own shutterglasses?
I currently have eDimensional shutter glasses for the pc. There are a few things i don't like about them.
- I wear prescription glasses. I wear the shutterglasses over them and they don't sit well over them, they keep falling down.
- The eyepieces of the shutterglasses are too small. To watch a big HDTV from a short distance, you need big eyepieces, otherwise you won't see all the screen because the glasses frame will hide some of it.
- When transparent, the shutterglasses tints everything with a greenish tint. It must be possible to make shutterglasses that don't add any tint. It's important to allow the viewer to take full advantage of the good color reproduction of the HDTV.
- The glasses need to be sold at a reasonable price. The price is reasonable for the eDimensional models but there are some drawbacks for them, like I mentionned above.
DLP is not dead and I don't see why it would be. Around Christmas, I went to a local big electronics store and I asked the price of one of the Sansung HLT DLP HDTV models. The first thing the seller on the floor told me what that I should look at technology other than DLP, that it what something of the past. I had to insist a bit to make him give me the price of it. My guess is that this is because it's currently trendy to buy a tv that's very light and very shallow.
Mr. Naranjo and Mitsubishi have my support. I'm looking forward to their next products.