- Mar 25, 2003
With everyone going nuts over the 3D revolution coming our way, one question remains unanswered- why must I buy a new TV/screen? nVidia offered shutter glasses 10 years ago and they worked just fine- what's so fundamentally different about this new technology that it requires all new equipment, or is it simply a money grab? I'm wondering because I bought a new LED-LCD TV, and it's capable of doing 1080p @ 60Hz (despite being a '240Hz set')- most movies are 24fps... I have plenty of 'frames' leftover to display the alternate images. So what gives? It can't simply be HDMI 1.4 either since the PS3 will do 3D with it's 1.3 interface.