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3D TV Technology Comparison

With the influx of passive 3D TV's, the demand for active 3D's might diminish and gradually give way for some other technology. What is your opinion on this?

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Just another stop along the tech highway.
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3D TV Technology Comparison

I think that the introduction of passive 3D has made a world of difference to 3D entertainment. I too feel that slowly but steadily, active 3D will have to give way for some other technology to compete with passive 3D as its sustenance does not hold much weight looking at the current market trends.

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