The 3-D 'G-Force' is a guinea pig to see what games could look like

JCO writes: "Real 3-D is something games never offer, but should. Why can't I play Call of Duty in 3-D, seeing bullets whiz at my face from enemy soldiers. How cool would that be?

In fact, I hereby challenge third-party game companies around the world to take 3-D to the next level: To invent and sell a peripheral which translates any video game into a holographic chess board hovering over your living room floor. Sound crazy? It ain't.

It should be relatively easy to create a holographic device compatible with games, because games are already drawn and programmed so that characters and settings (battlefields, houses, etc.) are rendered internally as 360-degree models inside your Xbox 360 and PS3."

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TomMcBaum3088d ago (Edited 3088d ago )

For a guy with the tag "Game Dork" he sure doesn't know much about gaming. You *CAN* already play Call of Duty (and virtually any other PC-based game) in "true" 3-D, using the IZ3D driver. The driver's free, by the way, if you want to try it and have a pair of red-blue glasses.