3d (pro) vs 2d(con)
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If you dont want your glasses to get blurred with finger marks, don't touch the lenses. And it takes half a second to rub it on your shirt anyway. The glasses shouldnt really be an issue at all. Your opinion about the glasses doesn't matter anyway. Debates are about the facts. Your pety little ideas shouldn't get in the way of the argument.
I quote from your statement, "3d doesn't really do anything other than give a zoom-in effect, at least in movies, which can be easily achieved by sitting a bit more closer to the screen." This statement is completely absurb! 3D isnt about how far away the screen is from you, It's about how it gives a whole new dimension to watching a movie. It brings the animatoins and videos to life to give a 'realistic' effect.
3D is just the "cool thing," because everybody loves it and is an enjoyable enhancement to a movie. If you'd rather be tortured by a one dimensional movie, then go for it. I don't care. And there are no 1D or 2D tickets for movies because everybody has relised that 3D is simply better in nearly every way imaginable. But you simply haven't woken up to surcome to how much better they are.
Whether you like it or not, 3D is here to stay, because the big film-making businesses make big bucks, and at the same time we get a quality experience at a cinema or while playing a game. Everybody wins!
Anyways, was a good debate Pro, wish you good luck.
I do not believe the glasses are 'obsolete' and they shouldn't be an issue for anyone anyway, because everyone is in the same boat and no one really cares about what you look like.
The reason cinema owners drive up prices for a movie is demand, not because they are 3D. Obviously they raise it a little to cover costs of glasses etc but the main reason is demand, just like anything else in the world.
Thanks for the debate. Good luck:)
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