SSG-2200AR y SSG-2200KR : las gafas 3D activas más baratas del mercado serán de Samsung

Escrito por Carlos Alberto Sánchez
Televisión 3D
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Como en toda nueva tecnología el precio será un factor decisivo para que se consolide la televisión 3DTV, que poco a poco comienza a establecerse en las grandes superficies comerciales. En esta primera gran remesa de modelos de televisor, destaca la necesidad de incorporar para el correcto visionado de la imagen unas gafas 3D activas para todos los modelos. Estas gafas tienen un coste superior a los 100 euros, y aunque vienen incluidas en la mayoría de los equipos, sólo lo hacen en un número reducido. Samsung pone en el mercado los modelos SSG-2200AR y SSG-2200KR que rebajan entre un 25 y un 50% los precios hasta ahora conocidos de gafas para 3D.

Entre 75 y 100 euros pueden costar estas gafas, algo ligeramente inferior a los entre 100 y 150 euros que cuestan los modelos de la mayoría de las marcas.

Por otra parte, sólo LG apuesta de momento por modelos de gafas “pasivos”, al estilo de las sencillas gafas que se han podido usar hasta la fecha para las primeras experiencias 3D. Estas gafas tienen entre sus ventajas un coste muy inferior a las gafas 3D activas, de hecho se espera que se puedan adquirir por un euro cada una.


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  1. Alfred 12 Abr, 10 16:53

    Si la diferencia de precio es tan acusada entre las activas y las pasivas ¿que es lo que diferencia a las activas y que hace que la gente pague por ellas 100 veces el precio de las otras?

    Saludos!!!

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  2. Bozzma 12 Abr, 10 23:14

    Y para los que tenemos alguna dioptria que pasa con las gafas, nos ponemos lentillas por cojones o no vemos la tele, pienso que es una cosa en la que no han pensado todos estos de la 3DTV. Que ahi un gran porcentaje de poblacion que utiliza gafas para ver bien.

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  3. Isabel 23 Jun, 10 14:54

    Mi padre usa gafas y no pasa nada. Te las pones sobre estas. Según el se puede llevar bien. Ten en cuenta que lo de ver en 3D no es cosa de usarlo a todas horas, son momentos puntuales.
    Nosotros estamos encantados.

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  4. 3DBCN 13 Nov, 10 14:28

    Las gafas 3D no se pueden graduar, a parte ¿cuanto crees que costarian esas gafas? si unas gafas normales no te bajan de los 200 euros pues ya unas 3D graduadas no bajarian de los 400€, es una chorrada, yo uso gafas y no es nada incomodo usar las otras encima si te has fijado o las has usado alguna vez estas ehcas con espacio entre el cristal y la cara para eso mismo. Ya esta todo pensado. la cosa es quejarse.

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    1. Tony 01 May, 12 0:39

      With the red and blue glasses iagems for the right eye where tinted blue and iagems for the left eye tinted red. Then the color of the image for the other eye was blocked by the color of the lens in the glasses. Problem with this 3d format is you could not see the movie in full color and many people have a hard time seeing the 3d effect. Now for the new tvs they use shutter glasses. One lens will open while the other lens closes and they do this back and forth very fast. Then when one lens is open the image for that eye flashes on screen. You can now watch the movie in full color and the 3d effect works much better. Looks as good as 3d you get in the theater.

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    2. Renaldy 03 May, 12 5:44

      yes but didn’t you know that most brick and mortar stroes have a samsung package that includes a 3d bluray(400.00) player and two pairs of 3d glasses(350.00) with the tv’s??????????gosh those prices on Amazon are expensive you do know that you need a 3d bluray player and special battery powered glasses(with shutters) AS WELL AS a 3d capable tv right????the NEW #D is AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWESOME .btw mine also came with monsters vs aliens 3d bluray. I got it for 2999.00 (the whole package!!!) at a local place here.I’d return it or make them give you the package that all legitimate retailer’s are selling for the same price.If you can’t return it then that’s what you get for buying expensive things on-line. HA!!!!!!

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  5. Boo 30 Abr, 12 13:39

    They are two different 3D toegnelohics.TechnologyCurrently there are three different toegnelohics available the general public. The one that most of us know about and had mostly likely experienced is called anaglyphic 3D. This technology uses those funky glasses where one lens is red and other is cyan. This is what was used for longest time and had worked relatively well, but there were problems with colors as each eye has a color “filter” in front of it thus you do not get very real colors.Second technology is by use of passively polarized lenses. These are the glasses that have the greenish-brownish lenses on them. They work on similar principal as the red-cyan glasses, but do not distort the color of an image as much. With this technology the “shadows” of an object alter in and out at 120 times per second. And again your brain can not react that fast to such an image thus you see a 3D object when you look at it through glasses.Third technology is somewhat similar to passively polarized lenses but it uses actively polarized lenses. In this case the image does not change 120 times per second, but it is your glasses that allow you to see only through one eye at a time at rates of 120 changes per second. That is why actively polarized lenses are heavier due to onboard battery pack.How it worksIn any technology that I will describe in next section the 3D effect is produced in same manner just by different means. Whatever 3D you are watching, if you take your glasses off, you will see that there is and center to all objects on the screen that look 3D through glasses as well as partial shadow like image on each side of it. Those “shadows” make the object pop out of the screen and look 3D. Generally your eye is exposed to one shadow before the other and they alternate at high frequencies, usually at 120 changes per second. Your brain can not react that fast to such an image, thus you see a 3D object when you look at it through glasses.

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