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 Can coloumn interlaced 3D be viewed in PC with the glasses given in cinema halls?

Answer If you want to use the same polarised 'sunglasses' style 3D glasses you wear at the IMAX cinema, then no, you will need a compatible monitor first.If you want to use 3D anaglyph, which splits the r... Read More »
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Will the emergence of Home Theatre Systems render cinema halls obsolete?

Which one is better 3D TV with shutter glasses or cinema 3d glasses?

As with all televisions, the "best" is a matter of opinion. Before buying a 3D television, audition as many models as you can. Make sure the glasses are comfortable and make sure the image is clear... Read More »
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How much are LG Cinema 3D TV glasses?

LG Cinema 3D glasses are really cheap. You can get them for $5-$10 and you can even take one from the movie theater and use at home with LG Cinema 3D.
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Are the 3D glasses for LG cinema 3D TV expensive like others. How much are they?

LG glasses are passive polarizing glasses so they should be very cheap. Active glasses, as used by most other manufacturers are somewhat more expensive but prices for active glasses are falling rap... Read More »
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