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wow i almost expected the target to come off the screen
Edited by Du-z - 1/7/09 at 3:13pm
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I'm sad, I won't be able to jump into the 3D eyeglasses bandwagon because I have a single valid eye... =(
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this stuff's really been available for a while now... The only problem were that the goggles did nothing with lcd's until now. Dlp's and crts worked fine though.

I'm totally not going to dig it up...

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...lays,1581.html

note: That's more than 18 months ago.
the goggles, they do nothing!
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One word: Portal
You just blew my mind...
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I've tried watching 3D movies, but even with the glasses, I cannot see the 3D part. I don't know if it is me or not.

I prefer 2D, 'till they come out with 4D.
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Got into a little bit of 3d gaming last month with the iz3d stereo drivers and some 3d paper glasses that came with The Polar Express movie.While it is cool and gives a better feel for games,i couldn't game for more that 30 minutes without getting a headache.Hopefully these glasses won't have that same effect.Also,Nvidia better come with a very powerful gpu cause 3d gaming puts a lot of stress on it.I played devil may cry 4 in 3d at 16x12 and when enemies came, my 8800 ultra was in slowmotion.
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Originally Posted by dlee7283 View Post


I think this is how it will look
No.

That kinda picture is used for the blue-and-red glasses... this is an extremely cheapass solution with severe limitations. It doesn't always work, and you only get a monochrome picture... no, this is not for gaming. This is for things like, say, Guinness World Records 2009 (how many people here have one?)

A single screenshots with this technique would look perfectly normal, because what it does is simply display the same scene from a slightly different perspective alternating...
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