3D TVs get better at 3D: Less ghosting, lower prices too
By James K. Wilcox
In our earlier tests of 3D TVs, one complaint we had—especially with LCD 3D TVs that used active-shutter glasses—was that we saw significant ghosting in many scenes and with our test patterns, where double images were visible even when the tester was wearing 3D glasses. But by and large, we’re finding that second-generation 3D sets from manufacturers have addressed this issue to a degree where it’s no longer a major problem.
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