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Message » 17 Oct 2010 18:23

Pour info:
Medal of Honor, tout à fond 1920x1080 (Première mission):
GRAM: 550Mo
GRAM 3DVision: 770Mo

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Message » 19 Oct 2010 18:19

Photos Sharp LE925E + lunettes + émetteur:

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Message » 20 Oct 2010 13:15

Time Warner Cable propose gratuitement en VOD des films 3D (dont certains ne sont même jamais sortis en disque) au States:

SOS Planet (2002)
Haunted Castle (2001)
Siegfried and Roy (1999)
African Adventure (2007)
3D Sun (2008)
Wild Safari (2005)
Misadventures in 3D (2003)
Alien Adventure (1999)
Dinosaurs Alive (2007)
Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs (2008)
Wild Ocean (2008)

http://www.timewarnercable.com/

Ça viendra surement chez nous aussi... Un jour...




Je vous remets cet excellent lien avec la liste des films 3D futurs et passés:
http://www.3dmovielist.com/list.html

Ainsi que celle des disques 3D / VHS 3D:
http://www.3dmovielist.com/3ddvds.html

Ça vous montre qui y a quand mémé du contenu à exploiter, si vous en doutiez.

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Message » 20 Oct 2010 19:11

Nouveau site 3D:

Interdit au moins de 16ans.
http://nudist3d.com/

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Message » 23 Oct 2010 12:18

Les Ghosts

TV3D:

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Moniteur 3D:

Samsung 2233RZ
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Acer GD245HQ
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Serait bien dans avoir d'autres...

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Message » 24 Oct 2010 14:17

Mise à jour des prix (http://www.i-comparateur.com)


Moniteurs LCD 3D Active (Non HDMI 1.4):

Samsung SyncMaster 2233rz 225€ mini 56cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-312-4461-36.html

ViewSonic VX2268wm 241€ mini 56cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-312-6749-41.html

Acer GD235HZ ou GD245HQ 284€ mini 61cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-240-7268-38.html

Alienware OptX AW2310 445€ mini 58cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-240-8994-470.html

LG W2363D-PF 302€ mini 58cm
http://www.lesnumeriques.com/lg-flatron ... 10_35.html

Asus VG236H 467€ mini avec le kit nVidia 3DVision à 140€ mini 58cm
http://www.lesnumeriques.com/asus-vg236 ... 7_150.html


Moniteurs LCD 3D Passive (Non HDMI 1.4):

Zalman ZM-M215W 328€ mini 56cm

Zalman ZM-M220W 299€ mini 56cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-312-3293-310.html

Zalman ZM-M240W 419€ mini 61cm

Hyundaï W220S 215€ mini 56cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-312-3689-49.html


TV LCD 3D (HDMI 1.4):

Samsung LE-40C750 854€ mini 101cm
Samsung LE-46C750 1167€ mini 117cm

Samsung UE-40C7700 1259€ mini 101cm
Samsung UE-46C7700 1548€ mini 117cm
Samsung UE-55C7700 2349€ mini 140cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-303-7949-36.html

Samsung UE-40C8700 1396€ mini 101cm
Samsung UE-46C8700 1829€ mini 117cm
Samsung UE-55C8700 3099€ mini 140cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/samsung-ue ... 96_36.html

Samsung UE-46C9900 3902€ mini 140cm
Samsung UE-55C9900 4794€ mini 140cm

Philips 37PFL8605H 936€ mini 94cm
Philips 40PFL8605H 1329€ mini 102cm
Philips 46PFL8605H 1499€ mini 117cm
Philips 52PFL8605H 2258€ mini 132cm

Philips 32PFL9705H 1208€ mini 82cm
Philips 40PFL9705H 2307€ mini 102cm
Philips 46PFL9705H 2607€ mini 117cm

LG 42LX6500 1344€ mini 107cm
LG 47LX6500 1519€ mini 120cm

LG 47LX9500 1750€ mini 120cm
LG 55LX9500 2607€ mini 140cm



TV Plasmas 3D (HDMI 1.4):

Samsung PS-50C490 808€ mini 127cm

Samsung PS-50C687 1178€ mini 127cm

Samsung PS-50C6970 1293€ mini 127cm

Samsung PS-50C7000 1319€ mini 127cm
Samsung PS-63C7000 2584€ mini 160cm

Panasonic TXP42VT20E 1699€ mini 107cm
Panasonic TXP46VT20E 2058€ mini 120cm
Panasonic TXP50VT20E 1960€ mini 127cm
Panasonic TXP65VT20E 4519€ mini 165cm
Test: http://www.lesnumeriques.com/article-422-8172-60.html

Panasonic TX-P42GT20E 1047€ mini 107cm


Lecteurs 3D (HDMI 1.4):

Sony BDP-S370 124€
Sony BDP-S470 160€
Sony BDP-S570 240€

Philips BDP-7500 161€
Philips BDP-8000 211€

Samsung BD-C5900 158€
Samsung BD-C6800 224€
Samsung BD-C6900 231€

Panasonic DMP-BDT100 239€
Panasonic DMP-BDT300 368€

LG BDX580 185€

Denon DBP-1611 499€


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Message » 26 Oct 2010 20:47

Extrait 3D de "Ice Age 3": (Très très très plat...)
http://www.biohemmet.se/ccount/click.php?id=170 (547Mo)

Vidéo: AVC 1920x1080
Audio: AC3


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Message » 28 Oct 2010 12:48

AMD HD3D with 5970 (failed):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTkB8zCuHWM

Comment:
Just to make sure I reinstalled the required Catalyst 10.10 drivers, installed the latest DDD TriDef software that has support for HDMI 1.4a transmission of stereoscopic 3D content (the latest iZ3D Driver still does not support that). However when I the TriDef 3D Experience launcher (you can see that on the video) or TriDef 3D Ignition with a game the result was kind of disappointing. The depth of the 3D objects can be seen, however there is a weird flicker and a lot of annoying flashing artifacts on the screen that totally ruin the experience.

http://3dvision-blog.com/trying-amd-hd3 ... -p50vt20e/

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Message » 30 Oct 2010 14:39

150US$ les Oakley TRON:
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To Debut 3D Eyewear With Special TRON: Legacy Film Edition

Oakley, Inc. today announced the upcoming debut of its innovative new 3D eyewear. A special edition will celebrate the release of TRON: Legacy, a much-anticipated Disney 3D film opening in U.S. theaters on December 17, 2010. The new “TRON” Limited Edition 3D Gascan® by Oakley will give movie audiences the superior technologies developed specifically for Oakley 3D eyewear, assuring a premium 3D experience.

“The premiere of TRON: Legacy is a great opportunity for us to introduce moviegoers to the unique innovations of Oakley 3D eyewear,” said Oakley CEO Colin Baden. “This film will be an incredible visual experience, and those who view it with Oakley 3D eyewear will get the most out of it by enjoying the clarity and 3D performance of unparalleled design. We are honored to collaborate with Disney for this special event, and we look forward to opening the world’s eyes to the ultimate 3D experience with Oakley 3D eyewear,” Baden concluded.

“Collaborating with Oakley provided Disney with a great opportunity to interpret the aesthetics and themes of TRON: Legacy into cutting edge eyewear for fans to enjoy,” said Stephen Teglas, vice president and general manager of Fashion & Home North America at Disney Consumer Products.

Rendered with signature Oakley style, the new “TRON” Limited Edition 3D Gascan is accented with graphics that salute the cinematic story. A custom Microclear™ bag will be included for lens cleaning and eyewear storage. In the spirit of making this eyewear edition a collectible, the Microclear bag is also highlighted with graphics inspired by the film.

To engineer Oakley 3D eyewear, Oakley combined its industry-leading frame innovations with lens technologies that maximize the 3D experience by offering unprecedented levels of clarity and visual fidelity. “TRON” Limited Edition 3D Gascan features HDO-3D™, a collection of proprietary lens innovations that have achieved the first optically correct 3D eyewear on Earth.* Oakley 3D lenses virtually eliminate the ghosting or “crosstalk” between images that reach each eye from one moment to the next, a potential problem with inferior 3D eyewear.

A second key difference between Oakley 3D eyewear and conventional designs is the lens curvature. Greater curvature around the eyes provides a wider field of view, but without highly precise optics, even a mild curve can cause visual distortion. Oakley technology maintains optical clarity so the wearer can enjoy a wide field of sharp vision. The curvature of Oakley 3D lenses has the added benefit of minimizing distracting glare.

A special rendition of a popular Oakley sunglasses frame, 3D Gascan is designed with a proprietary Three-Point Fit to retain the lenses in precise optical alignment. The fit optimizes comfort by eliminating the unbalanced pressure points common with ordinary frames. Oakley’s durable yet lightweight frame makes contact only at the sides of the head and bridge of the nose, and it does not hook the ears like conventional frames made with curved earstems.

TRON: Legacy will introduce a new generation of moviegoers to an entirely new realm of groundbreaking digital effects. TRON first appeared on the big screen almost 30 years ago and created a digital world that was ahead of its time. With the release of the newest installment, this elaborate world will be reimagined and expanded.

“TRON” Limited Edition 3D Gascan will be available in November for U.S. $150 through select Sunglass Hut, Oakley stores and http://www.Oakley.com.

Oakley 3D lenses were developed to deliver a prime entertainment experience in cinemas that utilize passive polarization, the technology found in most 3D theaters. Oakley is also pursuing partnerships with manufacturers of home 3D systems that utilize passive polarization technology. This will allow consumers to use the same eyewear for home and cinema 3D entertainment.

Oakley will also release a “TRON” commemorative sunglass based on a design from the company’s Elite Collection of ultra-premium products. This non-3D eyewear is a special edition of Oakley Elite Pit Boss® and features HDPolarized lenses with High Definition Optics® (HDO®). Engineered with ultra-lightweight titanium plates, the frame is embellished with graphics inspired by TRON: Legacy.

Oakley 3D glasses are optimized for indoor cinema application and not intended for outdoor use. The technology in 3D polarization is not ideal for normal daily outdoor use and will not provide the same level of performance as sunglasses.

Visit Oakley.com to learn more about the company’s optical innovations.

*Conventional non-prescription lenses that are designed and manufactured with inferior technologies may cause visual distortion due to deficiencies including refractive power, optical astigmatism and prismatic power. Oakley technology addresses these deficiencies, allowing the company to offer the first optically correct 3D eyewear on Earth.

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Message » 30 Oct 2010 22:18

Trailer 3D de "Megamind": (Bonne convergence mais manque quand meme de relief...)
http://www.biohemmet.se/ccount/click.php?id=172 (737Mo)

Vidéo: AVC 1920x1080
Audio: AC3


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Message » 01 Nov 2010 15:40

Test nVidia 3DTV Play sur VT20:
http://3dvision-blog.com/testing-nvidia ... c-3d-hdtv/

Comment:
So out of 20 tested games, just a single one is unplayable due to some weird behavior, two games are completely playable, but have some issues when using AA, some others have minor issues. The 1080p 24Hz 3D mode did not work in only three games out of 20 and the reason for that is something within the games that forcing higher refresh rate. If you want to play at 1080p 24Hz 3D mode you should disable the vsync and be sure to have a high average fps in order to make the experience better. And finally some performance optimizations would also help a lot, especially with more demanding games and for multi-GPU configurations.






Optoma 3D DLP Projector Adapter 3D-XL pour Janvier pour environ US$500:

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http://www.optomaeurope.com/projectorde ... t&PC=3D-XL

Il permet une parfaite compatibilité de vos diffuseurs 3D HDMI 1.3, avec les sources HDMI1.4:
BluRay 3D, PS3, PC, Démodulateur 3D ect...
L'adaptateur fonctionne en DLP-Link, mais il est tout à fait possible de rajouter un émetteur IR en VESA 3pin mini DIN.



Optoma propose également ses lunettes DLP-Link BG-ZS101 pour environ US$100:

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Message » 01 Nov 2010 15:59

Comment régler les drivers Tridef ou iZ3D avec AMD HD3D (en):
http://3dvision-blog.com/amd-hd3d-techn ... the-start/

En français par Google...
http://translate.google.fr/translate?u= ... =&ie=UTF-8

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Message » 02 Nov 2010 18:13

Test ghosts Philips 8605: (Désolé pour la qualité des clichés, ils proviennent de mon téléphone.)

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Zoom sur l'aileron arrière d'un avion: (Lunette droite puis gauche, aie...)

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L'émetteur: (Le téléphone fait ressortir les diodes, habituellement elles ne sont pas visibles)

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Les lunettes Xpand/Philips:

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J'aurais bien voulu toucher au réglage luminosité/contraste de la TV, mais elle était en mode "magasin", toutes les options étaient inaccessibles, j'ai juste pu toucher aux modes (Vif/Standard/Jeux/Naturel/ect...), très peu de changement niveau ghosts.

Bon les images parlent d'elles-mêmes, c'est très mauvais, reste qu'on peut toujours espérer des mises à jour...

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Message » 03 Nov 2010 23:17

Deux vidéos du Rally de Vsetín en République Tchèque à bord d'une Honda Civic Type R Turbo:
http://3dvision-blog.com/honda-civic-ty ... etin-2010/ (515Mo et 415Mo)

Qualité bofbof:
Vidéo: AVC 1920x1080
Audio: AAC


ou YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRpAOfc5IPg
et
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBgkUpkPYeE


Manque de profondeur dans la seconde vidéo, un peu moin dans la première, qui elle a un réglage un peu étrange de convergence.

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