Someone has already posted about PSVR. I've never tried it, but all reviews I've read suggest that Oculus Rift is better (if your PC has the specs to run it). It's not easy for a technophobe to get working, but I'm no technophobe. I am able to watch 3D Blue Rays on my PC, as well as downloaded video files that are 3d. I must say that watching a 3D movie through the Rift is AMAZING! VR isn't going anywhere, so you won't have to worry about a way to watch.
Also, there are usually people selling parts on
Amazon. Assuming you didn't break the LCD/Glass/Whatever, changing the main board out will usually get a TV up and running again. My 3D Sony got fried once and I just Googled the model number and "parts" or "mainboard" or something to that effect. Cost me less than $70 to get the part, and it was a piece of cake to swap out.
Hi, I am writing as I, like millions of others around the world, bought into the 3D phenomena and have a 3D TV and many 3D movies which I enjoy.
I started with an active glasses-type 3D TV but as I wore glasses this turned out to be an uncomfortable system to use (albeit better). I then went to the passive system which I currently use. My question though is what to do if my TV breaks down and cannot be repaired, as most manufacturers if not all have stopped supporting the (3D) manufacture. What avenue is left to be able to watch these movies in a big-screen format, and why are we still being offered this format if it is no longer hardware-supported? You can still buy players and recorders that will show the movie but what option today or in the near future is there going to be to continue to allow this experience to be had? Thanks!
--Submitted by Don R.