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Owen O'Neill (Killdozer)
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Registered: 6-2006

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Posted on Wednesday, June 21, 2006 - 11:54 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post

As most people know flourescent lighting often flickers harshly at the AC line frequency of 50 or 60 Hz. I'm really curious about what effects you might accomplish trying to "tune in" to your local power system. Lights dimming in and out slowly? Is it interesting at all to look at surrounding buildings at night, maybe seeing sections of a city or large buildings that are out of sync w/ each other? Waves over neon tubes and other types of displays, and new kinds of hidden communications for all us schizophrenics?

Also has anyone ever seen or heard of mechanical shutter glasses? Were these ever used before the development of LCD? Mechanical (wind-up!) or electro-mechanical technology could have been outperforming early LCD for 100 years for all I know.
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Michal Husak (Husakm)
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Posted on Thursday, June 22, 2006 - 3:12 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post

Stereoscopic image generaly looks best with no surrounding light - so switchng off all non-wanted lights is the best solution.

Mechanical systems were used for shuttering at about 1925 year. I can not imagin a vibrating mechanicla shuter, heavy and non-comfortable can have any benefit to LCD glasses.

DLP projector in combination with fine tooned LCD galsses system produce the best existing stereo system according ghosting - I relay do not see to much things to improve.

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