YES! BenQ has been producing good 3D for many years now. If there’s any noticeable ghosting its almost certainly the content, not the TK800. I’m just glad it has 3D. I watched some I, Robot in 3D, and some interplanetary scenes from Jupiter Rising. Excellent, fun, and major league immersive. I was projecting as large as 115” diagonal wide screen, sitting about 10 feet back for 3D.
These days, for us fans of 3D, we should be happy BenQ provides us with 3D. Many of the 4K UHD projectors do not offer 3D anymore. Too bad. Note, the non-DLP crowd – 3LCD and LCoS projectors still almost all support 3D. Look, I get it, 3D outside the theater, died on cable/satellite because it never caught on with owners of LCD TVs because it deserved to die in that market.
3D is about being immersed in the content, being even better able to “suspend disbelief.” The more of your view is occupied by the content’s entire image, the more immersive. 3D is incredible on the big screen – whether downtown or upstairs. 3D just doesn’t cut it on the small screen. It’s mostly that simple.
It doesn’t cut it on the average home LCD TV because even 65” LCD TVs are on the “tiny” side.
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