LG will tell you that it's not possible. However, having come from a consumer product EE design background, I can tell you that it is possible, but not likely because they fear it will compete with their other similar "upscale" product, the LG PF1000U. However, I don't see this as a real apple-to-apple competing product, since the PF1000U is strictly an ultra-short-throw projector, made for projecting on a white wall. The PF1500 is the ideal portable full-HD projector that is great for taking on vacations... it can project on anything, including a white ceiling or a garage door! Its lens is recessed enough to be safe while traveling, whereas the PF1000U has all its easily damaged optical elements wide-open to damage... it NEEDS to stay home where it's safe! They both use the same electronic hardware, so there's no question that the PF1500 COULD do 3D... it's just a marketing decision. It's Linux based like all the LG TV's lately, so hackers are the most likely source for enabling the 3D functionality... like they do other features in the TV's.
Date published: 2019-07-09