questionshave you heard about lg television's "dual play…

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Yes and if I hadn't I have now. Good brief description :)

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Yup! And if you don't want to pay money for the new glasses, you can take 2 sets of 3D glasses, pop the lenses out and Frankenstein them into your new "dual play" glasses. All you need is one pair to have two right lenses, and one pair to have two left lenses. Don't let LG know I told you this!

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That's pretty sweet. I had not heard about the LG, but I saw Sony's 3D display for the Playstation 3 awhile back that could do this. Sony's was a very small screen though and only worked with PS3.

I can't believe I used to play 4 player split screen on 20" TVs...

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That's really cool. I love technology because it brings us weird things we didn't know we wanted before. :)

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Very Cool! I wonder f they have these demoing anywhere?

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This has been around for a while. it's such a good idea. I can't believe that it hasn't caught on more heavily yet.

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Only a small handful of existing games support this right now, but it's a cool concept. Rather have this than 3D, frankly.

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So this must be what my son was talking about. He told me a few things he would like for his birthday and one was a pair of glasses that let you play a video game split-screen but you only see your part of the game. I kinda thought he was nuts.

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This is awesome. Sure, I'm clueless, but this gives me actual reason to think there might be reason for 3D. Up to now, I just felt like it was kind of a waste, really not worth the extra cost at all.

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Yeah, if I were still gaming, I'd want one.

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The problem with this idea is is cuts the frame rate in half. For some people that may not be a big deal but for me the flickering effect makes me very uncomfortable.

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sad part is i remember talking about doing this in physics back the days. With our current technology they can do it up to four people if they really wanted. It is not that complex of a problem.