Will brightness affect the 3D.

#1piecornPosted 6/20/2010 9:07:17 AM
I like to play my games on the lowest brightness and I'm wondering if that could mess with the 3D. Has anyone heard anything about this.
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#2Baby KirbyPosted 6/20/2010 9:09:08 AM
I wouldn't think it would affect the 3D. The 3D is created by filtering which pixels the right eye and the left eye can see, and the backlight being brighter wouldn't affect this.
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#3fire2boxPosted 6/20/2010 9:42:02 AM

From: Baby Kirby | #002
I wouldn't think it would affect the 3D. The 3D is created by filtering which pixels the right eye and the left eye can see.


I heard that the top screen (3D one) is comprised of two screens overlaping each other with microscopic slits sliced in the top screen at a precise angle. Your eye's then see their own separate screen, displaying the same exact images.
#4TheDarkNerdPosted 6/20/2010 10:23:17 AM
To some degree, yes, brightness will affect 3D. With less brightness you'll get less contrast, and therefore it'll be harder for your brain to snap together what points should be adjoining.
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#5corbie33(VIP)Posted 6/20/2010 10:25:38 AM
Since they mentioned nothing about a brightness adjustment, I'm curious to see if they just set the top 3D screen at one specific brightness.
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