Posted by Suhas on November 5, 2010 ·
3D has been all over the place. Movies, TVs, everywhere!…..even real life! Ever wondered how it works? Here’s a layman’s view into the 3D world.
Before everthing, How humans perceive depth?
There are 2 ways we, humans, perceive 3D – Convergence and parallax. Most 3D technologies today take advantage of the convergence method. There is a slight difference between the images seen by each eye. [...]
Posted by Suhas on October 18, 2009 ·
Update: This doesn’t work anymore. HDTVs are cheaper than Monitor TV.
Diwali and the Holiday season is almost here, we are gearing up for an upgrade. So thought this would be a good idea.
I have seen that HD Monitors are cheaper than HDTVs with the same configuration. So, all you have to do is, buy a monitor, External TV tuner with VGA out, 2.1 speakers. This would be a cheaper solution.
Posted by Suhas on September 28, 2009 ·
Many people would want to connect their Computer to their TVs for better resolution and Quality. TVs can be a better alternative for a Monitor. Here are some of my articles which will help you do so.
For HDTVs (High Definition Television)
Some HDTV have VGA slot which will let you connect your computer easily with a VGA Cable. But many don’t have it, but do have Component Cable.
For that, you can [...]
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Posted by Suhas on July 20, 2009 ·
Ever wanted to connect your computer to your HDTV? Obviously for better resolution, clarity, etc. You can make a cable for it and again this is just for hobbyists like me.
This time I am not going to write a noob friendly tutorial like my previous post because this is pretty simple and straight forward.
What you need:
1) A VGA Cable
2) AV / RCA plugs (You can pull this out from spare wires)
3) Soldering [...]
Posted by Suhas on July 17, 2009 ·
This is part of the “How to connect laptop/ desktop computer to a TV” series
I wanted to connect my laptop to my TV so I went to some shop and got a cheap cable. It NEVER worked. I am perfectly sure that they have messed up with the wiring.
Anyways, I just pulled out the S Video jack and the AV / RCA jack from it and wired it up. Worked like a charm.
What you need:
1) Soldering Iron