In recent years the 3D phenomenon has returned and this time it’s not in trippy red and green colours only. The newer 3D technology allows us to watch movies in 3D but in full true colour, the image looks scarily real and you could be forgiven for ducking and leaning to the side when watching a good 3D movie at the cinema.
This new technology is now available in the home, with the same quality of depth and sharpness achieved with many modern 3D TVs and Blu-Ray Players that are able to transmit the picture in high definition too. You still have to wear the glasses that are similar to the ones you’ll have received in the cinema although many of the glasses for use in the home are battery powered to turn what looks like a broken and blurry image into a Stereoscopic 3D picture where the characters are literally leaping off the screen.
Many 3D TVs actually come with these glasses but may not have the right number for your family’s needs, fortunately you can normally buy extras or replacements if you have managed to sit on them or the dog has run off with them.
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