VirtualFX 2D to 3D Television and Game Console Converter

Discussion in '3D Gaming' started by vannie, Feb 7, 2010.

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    vannie Member

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    Maybe an interesting product:

    Technical Details


    • Plug and Play Setup
    • Converts any ordinary video into Stereoscopic 3D
    • Works with VCRs, DVD Players, Cable TV and Gaming Systems
    • Enjoy 3D Digital, Special Effects at Home!

    Product Description

    Product Description

    This unit harnesses the power of 3D and brings it right into your own living room, all in real-time. After years of research, a group of scientists and engineers have finally achieved what many have considered to be the impossible: convert a standard 2D video image into a true, 3D rendering. What this means is that you can now watch virtually all of your favorite TV shows and sporting events, your entire collection of VHS and DVD movies, your entire library of home videos and play every video game you have ever owned - and do it all in real 3D!
     
    vannie, Feb 7, 2010
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    kevin punk Member

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    Doew this thing works??
     
    kevin punk, Oct 25, 2012
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    mike Well-Known Member

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    Kevin think you will find you still need a 3D tv to watch these converted images,loads of tvs and some players convert it any way,not found it great to watch though.
     
    mike, Oct 26, 2012
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    alexi_drago Active Member

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    I would be dubious about this, I doubt it is any different from the 2D to 3D conversion found in many TVs and players.

    Some of these devices can also provide anaglyph output for viewing on non 3D TVs and can convert 3D sources (such as 3D blu ray/games on PS3) and output as anaglyph. There is probably some lag so maybe not so good for gaming.
     
    alexi_drago, Aug 19, 2015
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