2D TO 3D
NEW TECHNOLOGIES BEING ADOPTED BY TELEVISION MAKERS ALLOWS THE USUAL IMAGES TO GAIN DEPTH.
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.