Thursday, May 26, 2016

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Power 2012
Power 5 plays all types of media content – , s, photos and music, and brings the best in and audio technologies to upgrade all your viewing experience to HD and 3D, including strmed content via home network, or, Youtube, Facebook and Flickr pages.

Power 12 is the ultimate entertainment software you need anywhere at home and on-the-road. Six grand for a new ? You’re having a laugh. For that we’d want a , a car and aholiday in Hollywood, yet that’s the asking price of a new 3D. And you can bet some people will pay it too, particularly audio-visual enthusiasts.

AV fans, lest we forget, would happily spend hundreds of pounds on an oxy-free, organic copper, hand crafted single-direction cable and claim it heralded a new ageof enlightenment. Us mortals with human senses and inhuman bank managers can only look on and wonder.

Those cables are probably poppycock, but could 3D be the rl dl – an actual revolution?
If you’ve not got a king’s ransom to spend but want to find out for yourself, don’t fret – Cyberlink Power 5 could be the answer. It aims to transform your s into an all-out 3D experience.

Before we get to the cavts, let’s have some fun. Cyberlink claims it can transform or upscale in almost any digital format and turn it into just about any type of 3D . All you do is insert a , click the interface’s ’3D’ button, select the depth of field you’d like and choose your display system: TrueThter 3D will do the rest.

The results are, as you’d expect, variable. Take a rough old 2D (we tried a Rolling Stones concert) and things go wrong: we found that occasionally a guitar appred to pop out of the screen. So don’t expect your Dad’s Army collection to be transformed into an Avatar-style 3D spectacular. But give the system an old 3D that demands red-and-blue glasses, wait for it to do its work and then don a pair of Nvidia’s 3D glasses, and the results are more convincing.

Finally, when Blu-ray 3D arrives, Cyberlink will offer a free and you’ll be able to watch the latest eration of digital 3D at home. With this grade of source material you’ll experience 3D as it’s intended to be seen by the director.

Now those cavts. First, don’t expect Power 10 Ultra 3D to transform a tired old Pentium 3 into a home entertainment system that will make you spill your popcorn. You’ll need a solid dual-core processor and a modern graphics card – an ATI Radeon HD2400 or an Nvidia GeForce 8800GT are the minimum.

For 3D playback you’ll also need a 3D display and some 3D glasses. A SM2233RZ 3D monitor and an Nvidia 3D Vision setup would be perfect, but will probably cost you £350 all-in.

There’s one final problem: the hdaches. Following a demo of Power 10 on the best kit available, some of our tm experienced terrible eyestrain and hdaches. Many people are concerned about 3D and hdaches (join the debate on our website), so before splashing out on the equipment you need to see 3D, give it a good long try in person. With some aspirin.

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