If you simply read the title of Samsung’s recent study regarding 3D visuals and eye-strain, you’d think that they’d suddenly ditch the concept altogether. However, if you read a little deeper, you learn that they are discussing things that everyone already knew, and are instead researching ways to avoid it. In fact, it doesn’t matter if it’s 2D or 3D video…in the end, if the video format is horrible, your eyes are going to hurt…wow, that’s a shocker.
For a while now, we’ve seen 3D creators assume a specific percentage in terms of producing 3D video and how to best get the effect without discomfort. Apparently, they’ve been underestimating this ratio, but now that we know, expect better, more comfortable visuals. So, if you noticed the headline, there’s no need to panic. Instead, just get ready for some massive improvements.
When considering the speed of news and how we get it these days, it’s no wonder that many were a bit confused when they saw that Samsung was “undermining” 3D technology. Well, that’s the kicker about getting your internet news…you actually have to get past the article title. If you did in this case, then you’re in the know…if you didn’t…well, you’re probably racing around the street in a panic wondering what you’re going to do with that new 3D television. Hey, I’ll take it…
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