Will there be any problems with the 3D viewing from different angles?

#1SyntaxBananaZPosted 6/15/2010 6:27:47 PM
True more people will hold the 3DS at a certain angle with the screen, but with motion controls where you move the 3DS around like a real camera, do you think the 3D will be skewed? Or do you think they will pop out real time properly?
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#2ohh42Posted 6/15/2010 6:29:00 PM
Trust me, you really have to see this thing in person to understand why I'm incredibly impressed. Nintendo is using an LCD technology that sends each eye an independent image that the brain merges together, and the effect adds depth. A lot of depth. The effect is immediately obvious, yet seems so natural. And there are multiple sweet spots, so you don't have to awkwardly hold the system in a position that doesn't feel comfortable. If you twist the system you'll get double images and lose the 3D, but it's simple to keep the stereoscopic effect within view.

http://ds.ign.com/articles/109/1098014p1.html
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#3DarkSideOfBluePosted 6/15/2010 6:29:09 PM
There have been reports that when you move the screen, you do get blatant double images, but they have also stated there are many sweet spots when looking at the screen where the 3D works perfectly.