I guess one movie that will take this into consideration is The Hobbit
If it ever gets made that is.
I've seen two movies in 3D, I went to see Avatar and the 3D was astounding for it. Next I went to see Toy Story 3 which had some good 3D in it but overall I'm also not sold completely, I found that about 3 quarters into Avatar my eyes were starting to feel a bit strained by it.
I can't imagine how it'd be for gaming where there is a lot more going on.
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.
I tried it on a bravia 3DTV and motorstorm. Try going to a futureshop or sony style store to get a demo.
But goddamn those TV are expensive… way out of my budget.
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.
That's my biggest issue right there! Only 2 hours of gaming?! What is this! KB would be very dissapointed…
But on a serious note. They would have to come down a lot in price, and I'm not going to upgrade so soon, I may have only had my current TV for a little short of a year, but it still has life in it! I have yet to see for myself if I like it. Right now i'm more interested in the Move controls for FPS. I have yet to pick up the Move bundle [i need to do that sometime soon...].
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