The 3D innovation became popular early 2010 when 3D televisions began to enter the market. It was a major achievement in the quest to improve the entertainment lifestyle of families in the bid to enjoy televisions. These articles discuss how to use Samsung 3D televisions.
WHAT ARE SAMSUNG 3D TELEVISIONS
Samsung 3D television is a standard High Definition Television feature which has the ability to show 3-D images from a 3-dimensional content. There is an increasing number of 3D blu-ray films now available in the market as well as some television stations who now air their programmes on 3D through cables. It is however possible to watch 2 dimensional programmes on a Samsung 3D television. The 3D feature just allows such 2D images to be converted to 3D. All that is required is just to press the 3D button on the Samsung remote to change the view from 2D and 3D. You would however also need to put on your Samsung 3D Active glasses.
HOW SAMSUNG 3D TELEVISIONS WORK
The glasses and the television works together to allow you see a perception of 3D images from 2D images. This entails switching between the left and right eye lens of the glass while blocking the other quickly and in sync with the television. This is because the lens of the Samsung 3D Active glass is an active-shutter glass.
CLARIFICATIONS ABOUT THE SAMSUNG 3D TELEVISION
• It is possible to watch normal TV programmes on 2D with your 3D televisions.
• You are only to wear your Samsung 3D Active glasses when you want to enjoy 3D content. You do not need the glasses to watch 3D content.
• Samsung 3D televisions are 3D-ready, which implies that you have to confirm from your retailer or the Samsung website if a particular model is 3d-ready or not. You can’t watch 3D contents on Samsung televisions that are not 3D ready.
• Native 3D content are programmes or movies that were filmed with the aid of 3D cameras. Virtual 3D content however are programmes or movies filmed originally in 2D but which your Samsung 3D television convert to 3D. Native 3D movies are more qualitative and virtual 3D movies.