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    News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    Upgraded your DVD collection to Blu-ray? Soon you'll be able to do it all over again with Blu-ray 3D.
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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    One more for PS3!

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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    We're yet to be won over by 3D technology
    Go and watch Avatar in 3D. Ok the 3D might not blow you away but it does look really nice!

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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    3d viewing still comes down to the simple fact that the human brain and eyes can't handle long periods of time viewing 3d images. 3D images over a long period of time and constant viewing causes headaches and after a while can cause serious headaches...

    3D films and programmes should carry a health warning. Its a gimmick idea that is not good for us in the long term..

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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    Brewsters0101's comments pretty much sum up my feelings on this e.g. it's a gimmick and is uncomfortable to view. The other downside is that I've never seen any truly convincing 3D on a TV or in a cinema - it always appears to me like a puppet show using cardboard cutouts.

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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    Avatar does look amazing - saw it on the Imax last night and it was stunning, without any of the gimmicky "shoot things towards the viewr to make them jump" nonsense. However, yes, totally agree with the headache inducing comments.

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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    Sounds brilliant, can't wait to give it a go.... why would anyone wear glasses to watch 3D tv though...

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    Re: News - Blu-ray Disc Association finalises 3D specification

    another good reason for buying the PS3 plus 3D games should be good!

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