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"Bok C"

30/04/2013 9:28 PM

Doctor Who in 3-D

Hi guys! I heard the news about Doctor Who being in 3-D this year, so I've
been wearing my 3-D glasses every day. So far it doesn't seem to be working
since the characters still seem two dimensional. Then again lots of people
in real life look two dimensional, even when I look at them with my 3-D
glasses on.

I'll keep wearing them for the rest of the year just in case, but I'm
wondering if I should exchange them or have somebody check out my pair.
What do you guys thinks?

Byeeeee.


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dT

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in reply to "Bok C" on 30/04/2013 9:28 PM

01/05/2013 10:04 AM

In article <[email protected]>,
Your Name <[email protected]> wrote:
>In article <[email protected]>, "Bok C"
><[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>
>There's only one 3D episode, and that's the movie-length 50th anniversary
>special due later this year to be both broadcast and played in cinemas -
>depending on where you live, your network capabilities, cinema management,
>and / or TV set functions.
>


Good to know. That way you cannot deceive yourself.
Still I am looking forwardto this year 23 Nov special.

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in reply to "Bok C" on 30/04/2013 9:28 PM

01/05/2013 7:25 AM

In article <[email protected]>, "Bok C"
<[email protected]> wrote:
>
> Hi guys! I heard the news about Doctor Who being in 3-D this year, so I've
> been wearing my 3-D glasses every day. So far it doesn't seem to be working
> since the characters still seem two dimensional. Then again lots of people
> in real life look two dimensional, even when I look at them with my 3-D
> glasses on.
>
> I'll keep wearing them for the rest of the year just in case, but I'm
> wondering if I should exchange them or have somebody check out my pair.
> What do you guys thinks?
>
> Byeeeee.

There's only one 3D episode, and that's the movie-length 50th anniversary
special due later this year to be both broadcast and played in cinemas -
depending on where you live, your network capabilities, cinema management,
and / or TV set functions.

It's not the first Doctor Who in 3D either. The 30th anniversary episode
in 1993 was also in 3D.


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