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Just tried the 3D PS3 and ...
09.29.2010
2:33 pm
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I was impressed with the 3D effect and it has alot of depth, but I can't see myself gaming with those cluncky glasses for 2 hours.

I'll wait until smaller and less cluncky glasses comes out.

 

09.30.2010
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What did you try out on it? I have to admit I'm somewhat intrigued by the 3D Features for gaming but like you I can't see myself wearing the glasses whilst doing so.

09.30.2010
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I tried this at Betarooms, and just like 3D at the cinema I'm still not sold as forced 3D makes your eyes work in all the wrong ways giving me and many others headaches.

09.30.2010
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3D must be considered and implemented from the start to really make an impact. Sure, making a regular 2D movie a 3D one does add some depth and increase color perception but is not the same as a full on 3D movie.

 

I guess one movie that will take this into consideration is The Hobbit and Disney has said that their newer movies will do so as well (Pirates of the Caribbean, the next Prince of Persian movie, etc.).

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