Yes, you can convert non 3d movies to 3d if your 3d-player or TV allows it. The result varies between movies, some get good 3d, some not so much. This process makes the response time (ms) on the TV slower and is therefore not recommended for games.
Kirsty Dilley has: Played Supporting Artiste in "The Friday Night Project" in 2005. Played Extra in "The Real Extras" in 2007. Played Background support for Street Dance 3D in "National Movie Awards" in 2010. Played Supporting Artiste in "StreetDance 3D" in 2010. Played Supporting Artiste in "Made in Chelsea" in 2011. Played Check in Girl in "Fast Girls" in 2012.
Harald Geil has: Played Linus in "Cyberheidi 3D" in 2002. Played Theaterregisseur in "Reality Check" in 2004. Played Oberleutnant in "Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage" in 2005. Played James in "Delusion 3D" in 2008. Played Kilian in "Bis es kracht" in 2009. Played Thorsten in "Rammbock" in 2010. Played Die Maske in "TwinKomplex" in 2011.
Brian Brummitt has: Played Slick Tim in "Deguello" in 2009. Played David Dobson in "Project Hollywood" in 2010. Played Roger in "Heaven Sent" in 2012. Performed in "The Winner 3D" in 2013. Played Timothy in "Beautiful Destroyer" in 2014.
well...yes...what you need to so is to get a 3D Smart TV.....with full HD Audio Vision.....and the whole goood set of the speakers to support it....
Philip Casnoff played Frank Sinatra in the biographical TV movie Sinatra (1992)(TV).
For any passive 3D television, the 3D glasses from movie theaters will work.
Not yet, but manufacturers have made the technology to make watching either a 3D TV or cinema movie without glasses possible but company's that sell 3d TVs or have cinemas are not interested in buying this non 3d glasses technology. I don't know why they are not interested.
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no you do not have to use the 3D in your 3D tv. its always on 2D unless you play a 3D movie and put it on 3D.
I think there is no such technology that can provide a 3D movie in a normal TV as if you want the 3D effect you've to use 3D TV.
Passive 3D TVs polarizing glasses similar to those at the movie theaters.
To watch a 3D movie, you need a television that supports 3D graphics (and the 3D glasses that come with it). You also need to have a DVD/Blu-Ray set that supports 3D.
3D movie glasses can be obtained in wholesale quantities from DHGate. Note that 3D movie theaters use circular polarization to produce the 3D effect, which is totally different from the shutter systems domestic 3D TVs use. Movie theater 3D glasses will not work with a 3D TV - neither will the make effective or safe sunglasses.
Yes,you can if they are specialy made.
There is no such thing as a 3D ready Xbox. If you have a 3D TV, some games can be played in 3D mode. There is only a small amount of games which have 3D mode on.