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blurring of images on a 3D TV

Why do we see blurring of images on a 3D TV, like they are overlapping on one another? Looks like 3D TV's are just not up to it.

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What make and model is it?

or are we talking about the old old old 3d movies?

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blurring of images on a 3D TV

Not necessarily. You do face the issue of image overlapping in an SG-type TV because of their working mechanism. The TV sequentially sends images to both your eyes and fills the other eye with a black image at the same time. This in turn brings down the 2D to 3D conversion ratio and the result is overlapping images. LG have developed FPR-based 3D which sends images to both the eyes simultaneously and the 2D to 3D conversion ratio is almost 4 times the SG-type. In other words, you get true quality 3D visuals. Hope this helps.

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