PlayStation spokessuperman Kevin Butler has presented his latest invention – the SimulView PlayStation 3D Display. - PSLS
I always thought this was such a cool idea-if it worked. Haven't had a chance to test it out yet.
Works really well.
Only Kevin Butler can snatch Jackie Chan's sandwich and live to see tomorrow.
Yeah dude its amazing. It works great. Though if anyone thats not playing wants to watch they get two images overlaping the whole screen and it would be terrible to watch. Whats even better is you dont need this special tech to do it either. Just look it up on youtube, this can be done with just about any 3DTV. :D
Had some of them available at the PS Vita Social Club. It worked great and, with the PS Vita cross platform link, it's even better.
Simulview? That's sick. Never heard of it. Does it actually work well? How is this even possible? Cool stuff.
I know Sharp was showing this tech in 2005... but I think it would only work for video games as marketed by Sony. How often do you watch two different shows at the same time and have different sound sources. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Works a bit like 3D where it alternates between 2 images really fast. This allows the active shutter glasses to show one screen to player 1 and a different screen to player 2. I've checked it out and it works pretty well. Wish they had one of these at 32".
http://www.tested.com/quick... Tested looked at it and said it was overpriced for what you get ( a small monitor, meaning no tuner, with a feature not supported by enough games that require active shutter glasses ) and you should wait for a less expensive more refined successor. They also said that you can see ghost traces of the other player's virtual screen. They felt it was mainly for dorm rooms but too expensive for that audience.
it is now 399... pretty sweet deal but ill only pay that much if it were a 32 inch monitor.
kevin butler, you are awesome! :D
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