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3DS Tech For The Big (Small) Screen?

MediaKick look into whether the 3DS tech would be a viable replacement for the current glasses-based 3D of home TV.

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zootang2736d ago (Edited 2736d ago )

I'm all for glasses. I understand that the content maker doesn't what 3 people, seeing 3 different things. Which is why there is a need for glasses.

I just find it funny because Sony, Panasonic and Samsung are all supporting 3D so you would assume that they would have done their research.

Hotel_Moscow2736d ago (Edited 2736d ago )

its not about 3 different images its about having a small angle to which you can view the screen in 3d if you move slightly you lose the 3d effect if there is some one watching you play they would not be able to see the screen in 3d

scale that up to tv size and what do you get

a tv that can only be watched by one person that can not move or it ruins the effect which sounds better not only that but i keep reading at how the 3ds only does 3d inside the screen but it doesnt pop out at you

not only that if you use a tv that utilizaes glasses if they can make them shutter at different times it could be possible to have two people playing the game on the entire screen instead of just splitting the screen in half

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DoucheVader2736d ago

http://news.cnet.com/2100-1...

The 3DS depends greatly on the fact that the user is looking directly at the display to pull off the effect. Just like a few monitors that came out in 2002. The technology ultimately failed.

zootang2736d ago

Completely off topic

I know it is terrible but that kid smoking, is the funniest thing i ever saw. You have to see it too understand he has some skill with that stick.

Hotel_Moscow2736d ago

but the technology is great for single player hand held games

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DoucheVader2736d ago

"not only that if you use a tv that utilizaes glasses if they can make them shutter at different times it could be possible to have two people playing the game on the entire screen instead of just splitting the screen in half"

I had never thought of that and that is a very good point. I don't see what the big deal about wearing glasses for home 3D. People do it every day in the theatre.

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