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Old 04-11-2012, 09:44 AM
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Default WOW...Titanic in 3D!

http://youtu.be/dJxj1mou03M
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:56 AM
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That is awesome! Forwarded to all my co-workers.
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Old 04-11-2012, 10:20 AM
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Now that would be worth going to
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:34 AM
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Now that would be worth going to
The end of the car scene sure would suck though!
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Old 04-11-2012, 02:41 PM
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I have a medical condition with my eye's, I can only look out of one eye at a time. Watching a 3D movie for me would be like a normal person watching it with one eye closed. I don't see anything in 3D, and yes I have a problem with depth perception.

I hate it because everyone talks about how great 3D movies are and there are going to be more and more 3D stuff coming out in the future.

I would be able to feel the stuff in this theater though.

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Russ, your safe watching that clip with one eye
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Originally Posted by RussH View Post
I have a medical condition with my eye's, I can only look out of one eye at a time. Watching a 3D movie for me would be like a normal person watching it with one eye closed. I don't see anything in 3D, and yes I have a problem with depth perception.

I hate it because everyone talks about how great 3D movies are and there are going to be more and more 3D stuff coming out in the future.

I would be able to feel the stuff in this theater though.

Russ
My Dad lost his right eye when he was really young from an accident. When 3D movies came out he took our family to see one. He said whats the big deal about 3D, Don't show me nothing.. This was way back in the 50's...
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Originally Posted by LuckyLaRue View Post
My Dad lost his right eye when he was really young from an accident. When 3D movies came out he took our family to see one. He said whats the big deal about 3D, Don't show me nothing.. This was way back in the 50's...


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Originally Posted by LuckyLaRue View Post
My Dad lost his right eye when he was really young from an accident. When 3D movies came out he took our family to see one. He said whats the big deal about 3D, Don't show me nothing.. This was way back in the 50's...
We went to Universal Studio in Florida on vacation a few years ago. They had a 3D movie and everyone was jumping around and yelling. I just sat there, I couldn't see anything different than normal TV.
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