i downloaded 3d version print of Final Destination.I have a LG LH90 LED LCD.Can i watch dis 3D print using 3D glasses.Will it Really display 3D images?
The requirement for 3D is minimum 100Hz processing. (ie 50 Hz for each eye)
But not all TVs are 3D ready. The 3D ready TV sets will be capable of converting normal DVDs to 3D format by applying algorithms and adding depth between the 50Hz frames from the DVD for perceived 3D. It also lets out polarised light different for each 50 Hz.
Now, Iam not aware of what the '3D version print' of final destination. If it has the recordings with phase difference between alternating frames, I think it should be able to view them fairly fine if the TV is 100 Hz. (But here too Iam not sure of the polarised output)
LH90 is 200 Hz, Is there an option to run it in 100 Hz?
The 3D movies/DVDs designed for blue & red glasses work on the existing LCD screens, but not the ones that need active shutter lenses.