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oldschoolfool said:

They used nintendo power. lol


This. Nintendo Power is more powerfull than black magic!



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Games4Fun said:
oldschoolfool said:

They used nintendo power. lol


This. Nintendo Power is more powerfull than black magic!


Now you are playing with power....Super power!



Xxain said:

I assumed it has has 2 screens, the real screen and a very thin layer of 3D glasses type material on top


Think I remember reading about that a while back on a thread made on this site.



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VXIII said:
Joelcool7 said:
Xxain said:

I assumed it has has 2 screens, the real screen and a very thin layer of 3D glasses type material on top


That actually sounds really logical. Why haven't the TV manufacturers simply placed a second screen (Glasses) over the origional screen to give all viewers the 3D effect without the glasses. May make the TV alittle more expensive but it would save people the cost and embarrasment of wearing and buying additional glasses!

Anybody know why no one does this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAS55_RngoQ

I don't know if it is the same tech, but it already well known... I guess


I remember this as well. I could think of two great applications straight off the bat. 
1) Store displays.

Some one walking past a store while deciding to peek as they move won't be able to miss the picture. You can easily grab their attention.

2) If you can have 4 different inputs, each taking up a 90degree segment bye bye split screen. :P
Set that puppy in the center of the room, everyone gets their own screen, you don't have to worry about someone else looking at what you're doing to find your location or cheat.



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I heard that Nintendo stole the technology from the future.



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mysticwolf said:

I heard that Nintendo stole the technology from the future.


They stole Kevin Butlers? Machine!



LOL is this for real?

 

Sharp engeneered the screen. it works on an basic principle of defracted light

 

The desplay part of the screen isnt actually flat its angular like this ////////////////

The images are produced and displayed on this surface so when you are in the "sweet spot" each eye gets the correct image.



VXIII said:
Joelcool7 said:
Xxain said:

I assumed it has has 2 screens, the real screen and a very thin layer of 3D glasses type material on top


That actually sounds really logical. Why haven't the TV manufacturers simply placed a second screen (Glasses) over the origional screen to give all viewers the 3D effect without the glasses. May make the TV alittle more expensive but it would save people the cost and embarrasment of wearing and buying additional glasses!

Anybody know why no one does this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAS55_RngoQ

I don't know if it is the same tech, but it already well known... I guess

I actually wouldn't be surprised if  another screen is added to HD TVs that makes 3D effects after 3DS is a hit.



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Dgc1808 said:
VXIII said:
Joelcool7 said:
Xxain said:

I assumed it has has 2 screens, the real screen and a very thin layer of 3D glasses type material on top


That actually sounds really logical. Why haven't the TV manufacturers simply placed a second screen (Glasses) over the origional screen to give all viewers the 3D effect without the glasses. May make the TV alittle more expensive but it would save people the cost and embarrasment of wearing and buying additional glasses!

Anybody know why no one does this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAS55_RngoQ

I don't know if it is the same tech, but it already well known... I guess


I remember this as well. I could think of two great applications straight off the bat. 
1) Store displays.

Some one walking past a store while deciding to peek as they move won't be able to miss the picture. You can easily grab their attention.

2) If you can have 4 different inputs, each taking up a 90degree segment bye bye split screen. :P
Set that puppy in the center of the room, everyone gets their own screen, you don't have to worry about someone else looking at what you're doing to find your location or cheat.

I like that!



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