Is that it? Is 3-D gone for now?

Discussion in '3D Movies' started by Erik Schoolcraft, Jan 14, 2020.

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    Erik Schoolcraft Member

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    Exaxctly as the title asks. I got kicked off another forum for announcing that the 3-d format had been abandandoned a few years ago in my local market and trolls threw a hissy fit. Since then I was given a passive 3-D television by the manufaturer and scraped to find a projector capable of 3-d projection in every format. Have collected almost 100 3-D blu-rays right now and am still finding them from overseas but here in the American market the format seems to be gone. The trolls screamed that I personally hate 3-D movies when in reallity I have the largest collection of 3-D films on DVD, BR, Film, and even Laserdisc.
    I have however noticed that some films prior to release locally were advertiesed in 3-D for their release but no longer are. Also the local cinema has stopped showing films in 3-D.
    My question is this, is it over for now?
     
    Erik Schoolcraft, Jan 14, 2020
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    3D isn't dead yet, it's just moved on from what it looked like 10 years ago.

    Stereoscopic 3D is now experienced through VR & AR headsets, autostereoscopic devices, and lightfield displays. There were a variety of autostereoscopic and lightfield displays at CES this year. Check out Mopic for a simple and easy solution. Get a Valve Index for the highest-end 3D movie viewing experience in a VR headset, with high resolution and incredible comfort. Or take a look at Leia's lightfield devices like RED Hydrogen One. All of the above play 3D SBS content so all your legacy content works easily!

    3D Blu-Ray does seem to be slowly dying though, but there are still a few releases on the way.
     
    Nima, Apr 22, 2020
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