I’m a big fan of the 3D TV, a brilliant innovation i must say and when watching the 3D TV with your 3D glasses it’s like it brings everything you’re seeing to life which is so breathtaking. Recently I and my Friend and his chic went window shopping at a mall and got to have an experince of the 84 inches LG 3D TV and i must say the experience was awesome, there was a time my friend’s chic had to like lean back a like while watching the 3D TV because it was like everything shown was too real, had to laugh at her that moment.
N0w there’s a gradual fading away of the 3D TV as other great TV innovations are beginning to flood into the market. Now the emphasis has shifted to high-resolution 4K displays, OLED, image quality, and “smart” functionality. In fact, Sony, Samsung, LG, Toshiba, and Panasonic have now decided to focus on actually improving their television technology. After three years of pushing and peddling 3D TVs that are virtually devoid of any actual technological innovation, this is rather refreshing.
THE 4K TV
3D TV has always come across as a fad fabricated by TV makers and movie makers to sell more TVs and Blu-ray discs. With box office takings and DVD sales flagging, and LCD HDTVs losing it hold in the market, TV makers and movie makers (understandably) decided that something had to change. And 3D was the perfect answer: It’s incredibly low-tech, but also a very strong difference. It took almost no effort on behalf of TV makers and production companies to make the jump to 3D, and yet consumers were forced to buy expensive, brand new TVs to enjoy the new content — or, if you couldn’t afford a 3D TV, you finally had a reason to go to the cinema which now run must of it’s movies on 3D.
With Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and LG all trying to ditch 3D for the new Hot TV innovations, i t would seem that the 3D fad is finally over. This isn’t to say that 3D TV won’t continue to rise and fall for a little longer – but it’s certainly lost its place as the the next big thing. following the footsteps of it’s predecessor, HDTV, who took the world by storm, 3D simply failed to gain that much attention. It will now be replaced by 4K, 8K, OLED, and other technologies that actually push the envelope of content creation and consumption.
One possibility is that 3D TV tech will eventually become a commodity — 3D will just be another just by the way technology, alongside HDMI and HDTV. In that case, it won’t really matter what format a TV show, movie, or game comes in — as long as you don’t mind wearing some 3D glasses. We also shouldn’t underestimate the allure of glasses-free 3D, if a cheap and graceful solution ever finds its way to market. In other domains, too, such as smartphones and PCs, 3D is still finding its feet — it’s possible that 3D could be saved by next-generation computers and consoles, let’s just watch and see what happens.
And trust me prices of the new innovative TVs are expensive could drain your pocket without leaving a single change. Though some of the TV makers are already making the affordable innovative TVs, so fear not you shall have one…..lol