2D TO 3D

NEW TECH­NOLO­GIES BE­ING ADOPTED BY TELE­VI­SION MAK­ERS AL­LOWS THE USUAL IM­AGES TO GAIN DEPTH.

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - DIGITAL LIFE - BY NIDHI SIN­GAL

It’s in­evitable that your first big-screen 3D ex­pe­ri­ence at a the­atre will leave you thirst­ing for more. Per­haps you then con­tem­plated buy­ing a 3D TV, but re­alised that with the paucity of 3D con­tent, you’d be bet­ter off in­stead bring­ing home a cheaper Smart TV that would link you to the In­ter­net. Hold on. The dif­fer­ence in the prices of sim­i­larly sized Smart LED (40/42 inches) and 3D tele­vi­sions isn’t more than

10,000. So be­fore you junk the idea of your own 3D movie mini­plex at home, just find out if your heart’s de­sire can covert 2D into 3D. The new tech­nol­ogy be­ing adopted by TV mak­ers al­lows the reg­u­lar 2D pic­tures to get a de­gree of the depth ef­fect. It may not be true 3D, but your TV is be­ing put to some gain­ful use. Also, you get set­tings to play around with, like in­creas­ing the level of depth to suit your taste. Tak­ing the 40/42 incher as the base model with smart func­tion­al­i­ties, in­clud­ing In­ter­net ac­cess and 3D fea­tures, we tell you how three of these TVS score.

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