But are you really? I don't care for any sport, and that still looked pretty cool.
Then again, so did Watch Dogs at E3.
I mean honestly? I looks cool for about an hour like 3dtv. After that, I really don't want to wear dumb crap on my head just to watch tv.
My kids on the other hand are huge into minecraft and I suspect this will end up as the dad of the year christmas gift. But for regular TV? meh.
Not certain I would call only large theaters, only on 1 screen and only certain movies showing in 3d going strong...I don't even remember the last movie they even advertised in 3d.
At lot of these big visual effects block busters make an big chunk of their money on those 3D screens. Just about every major visual effects block buster for years now has been in 3D and yes, it's mentioned at the end of the trailer.
The only sports i enjoy are football you know the one you kick with your fit not pansy sports. Rugby is a real mans game same as cricket anericans just butchered these sports.
Sure you can, you just don't buy/use this product, continue to be brain deadThis is the best way to ruin Sundays. Can't even sit back and go brain dead while I watch football anymore.
WOW those CGI images, which are clearly not representative of what I would actually see, really make me want to throw my hard earned money at them.
All this optical technology is a scam. Its more or less stockholder fodder... "Hey guys check out the cool shit we are making, its pretty cool huh? You should invest with us and you can make money and be cool!"
There is a fundamental issue with optical tech like this, each and every human eye is a different and unique snowflake. Need proof? Go ask the biometrics people who want to use eye scans instead of fingerprints. Not only are our eyes physically different, the brain which interprets the information the eyes see it just as unique. Its why 3D never caught on in the 60s, 70s, 80s, 00s, and its why stuff like this won't catch on. It may look amazing to the creators and testers, but once it hits the masses people are just going to complain.
Now that im thinking about it, isn't this the exact reason why companies like microsoft say they don't like producing games and software for PC? Too many variables... something about the hardware itself being different... where as a console its locked down and stuff just works... Customer support costs too high blah blah blah... QUICK everything is spinning... better call O'reilly to sort this out!
Until they can create a true 3D image in real space, not the 2fake3d which relies on tricking the human eye into thinking flat surface has depth to it, optical tech will remain a heaping steaming pile which will only attract investor flies.
Call me they have good holoporn.
I'm an old school classic nerd... meaning I suck at (and dont' care for) pretty much any sport that exists.
I think the closest I've ever been to being excited about a sports themed thing on TV was the ultimate robot fighting they had going on recently. Lots of destruction/fire/robots
Sure you can, you just don't buy/use this product, continue to be brain dead
I am curious though when they showed the screen expanding though, where does all the extra information come from? Surely they don't gut 8/9ths of what the camera man takes and only send the middle 1/9th to the home user.