06-20-2010 01:05 PM
06-20-2010 04:17 PM
Motor storm demo needs you to turn on the 3D modes in the display settings when you select HDMI then select ether 720p 3D or 1080p 3D As usal this was in the manual.
Real 3D Blu-ray has not been finalised and the firmware for the PS3 To run at the 120 fps needed has not been released and won't likely be untill Real 3D blu-ray is released.
06-20-2010 04:33 PM
so i think i understand, but basically the ps3; cant play a 3d movie yet? M vs A BD i have came with a 3d starter kit and i have seen it being played on 3d tvs of coarse they used 3d blu-ray players. so i am guessing for now my ps3 wont play that particular BD in 3d?; there are no settings at the title screen or on start up to opt-for 3d. any extra thoughts?
06-20-2010 09:28 PM
06-21-2010 02:26 AM
BD that use the New 3d technology DONT exsist.
Monsters vs. Aliens is a 3D Blu-ray (real 3D where you can use either active shutter glasses or polarized lenses, you don't use those multi-color glasses)) release that came out when the new 3D HDTVs launched and Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs (again, it is real 3D and not those multi-color glasses) is being released this week on 3D Blu-ray (or Blu-ray 3D, I forget the naming). So yes, they do exist now.
The PS3 does not support the playback of them just yet and it likely won't until a month when Move is released (there is a 3D game launching with it) and when more movies are released. That terrible CGI version of A Christmas Carol is coming out on Blu-ray 3D (again, real 3D) here in a few months and I am sure more will follow (Toy Story 3, Avatar, etc.).
11-23-2010 01:57 PM
11-23-2010 06:39 PM
ALL 3D HDTVs work with the PS3 out of the box, they do not need a converter. The PS3 sends out a 3D signal over HDMI using the digital 3D standards that all 3D HDTVs must conform to. So there aren't any issues with that and I am not sure why the person above you is having issues (unless their PS3 isn't running the latest firmware and they aren't actually playing a Blu-ray 3D title).
11-23-2010 07:15 PM
ALL 3D HDTVs work with the PS3 out of the box, they do not need a converter.* The PS3 sends out a 3D signal over HDMI using the digital 3D standards that all 3D HDTVs must conform to. So there aren't any issues with that and I am not sure why the person above you is having issues (unless their PS3 isn't running the latest firmware and they aren't actually playing a Blu-ray 3D title).
* With the exception of all 3D rear projection sets made prior to 2010 (and I think even a few of the 2010 models). Those sets use a checkerboard format that's not a part of the new 3D standard, and require a converter to work correctly with the PS3.
LaserVue is a Mitsubishi rear-projection set, and most likely will need the Mitsu 3DA-1 adapter to convert the 3D signal from the PS3 into the checkerboard format.