it uses both depth perception and pop out, A man who played nintendog's said when the dog went to catch a frisbee he said it had extreme depth perception and when the dog gave the frisbee back to him he said it looked like the dog was rea;;y coming out of the screen
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well, the extra depth is logical and enhances the experience. But with so many first-hand experiences saying it pops out, why state it won't like it's a fact? The only way to possibly capture it on video is by using 2 camera's to record it stereoscopically from the right angle, and then you still need the right PC equipment to display it.
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The population of the world prefers 3D effects to remain as depth for the majority of time. These "popping out" effects are looked down at these days. Mostly because films that rely on such popping out effects typically are considered poor quality otherwise.
We've grown as a population to grow bored of popping out effects. If used well though they can be used for a positive effect. Otherwise they're daunting and dull, and in video games useless to the gameplay (unlike depth).