2D to 3D conversion depends on different variable, and not all of them are TV dependant. Some videos - by their very nature - may lend to better conversion. Also, some TVs might do a better job - for example, LG 3D TVs have a 3D depth zooming and viewpoint control feature that may actually improve watching converted 3D content. Last, but not the least, is your own eyes - some brains simply process 3D better than others.
what's this 3D depth Zooming all about? will it improve the overall picture quality of the TV?
3D Depth Zooming is a feature present in LG World Record 3D TVs (I am not sure if a similar feature is available for other brands) that pretty much allows you to control the amount a 3D picture will "pop". It's a very useful feature because if watching 3D movies is a bit disorienting for you, you can simply decrease the amount the picture pops! On the flip side, if you can't get enough of 3D, you can make the 3D effect much more pronounced.
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3D depth zooming in LG 3D TV is a feature that works on two levels - by adjusting 3D Depth - distance of the object from screen and 3D Viewpoint - the distance of object from the viewers' eyes. I have not seen this feature in any other 3D TV - so I guess it is probably exclusive to LG. In terms of PQ - this definitely affects PQ when watching in 3D - especially for content converted from 2D.oh, Nice feature....so which model of TV have this feature in them?