We walked to Sony today to get some time with the 3D range of TV's and games. Read on to find out what we saw!
The image comes from Killzone 3 ?
Seems like 3D tech is getting more media attention than exclusive games or motion controls at E3 this year. And guess which system has all three (motion controls, 3D, and exclusives up the wazoo)?
MS keeps talking about showing
no its not from KZ3. its from the KZ2 trailer/ behind the bullet
if you are smart and patient enuff. I recommend SAMSUNG HDTV over Sony even if they are made in the same factories is South Korea.
I'll be buying a 3D TV once they can be used without the glasses. Which should be in the next year or two.
I'll give you around 5 years. It'll be next wave of something new, it won't come so soon but in it's own time. Yet again, when those TVs will go out, they'll be too expensive to buy for some at the beginning which may result in even better stuff going around the corner and waiting for it. And that way some will be waiting for years instead of enjoying things.
at a dev thing last week or so the general feeling is that glassless 3d sets wont be avaliable to public until 2015. and its worth nothing currently active shutter gives the best quality of the 3 options
Actually, Panasonic is the way to go right now because of cross-talk issues with the Samsungs. I don't know about the Sonys.
"The second issue with 3D games is that this brand new technology looks like it is going to be out of date in the next five years" If it's the best form of 3D gaming for the next 5 years that's MORE than enough. For any tech to last 4+ years is a true feat. This should not be a point of issue, rather a point of commendation.
Get a 3D tv.for now,as in the 2010 ,Im sure GT5 will STILL look absolutly beautiful on our standard hdtv's. I think stand alone blu-ray player prices demonstrates this.the prices are sweet now
And GT5 would look even more absolutely beautiful in 3D. I have to wait till my income tax next year to get a 3DTV but I will get my hands on one.
It did look amazing! They had clips with in car views, AMAZING!
a 3d twisted metal with body parts & explosions + metal flying at you.
just imagine you playing God of War 3 and you reach where you have to kill the first boss in 3D man it already felt like in 3D on my normal TV lol (first person kill)
I am imagining using MOVE with 3D. 3D vision with a 3D sensing motion controller will be a match made in heaven.
that would be cool man but do you know what i think of? i mean if we have 3D now im sure as hell know that we are going inside the games in next 20 years :P lol who knows i even heard one Japanese was saying that ''its my dream to let players actually have control over their body like get into the game and play'' lmaooo
3D and blades of chaos controlled by move..
We did have some moments when we were watching some film clips of moving in our seats because things did look like they were coming at us!
The first is that the active shutter glasses, which you need to watch any of Sony’s new 3D TVs, suffer from the same light-obscuring problems as the simpler polarising glasses you get given in the cinema. It’s like looking at the screen whilst wearing sunglasses, and even in a fully dark room you’ll wish that the colours and bright, crisp HD visuals weren’t compromised so thoroughly. Sony’s new TVs are some of the most impressive for raw visual fidelity that I’ve ever seen, but slipping on the 3D glasses immediately makes all of their hard work pointless So, HUGE fail, try more next time Sony, and i am DEFINATLY not hodling that stupid Move device either, what a failure
the only failure is the chicken dancing app on natal, go troll elseswhere
3D+Move=one step closer to virtual reality. The techno dream of many.
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