Aiming Down Sights in FPS games.

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5 years ago#11
Pretty sure the screen projects two images, one for each eye. Closing one eye would nullify the 3D effect.

I could be completely wrong, I just recall reading this somewhere
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5 years ago#12

From: Kaneisalive | #011
Pretty sure the screen projects two images, one for each eye. Closing one eye would nullify the 3D effect.

I could be completely wrong, I just recall reading this somewhere


Well, yes, that's an implied and accepted fact of this topic. About the 3D, not about you being wrong. However, you close one eye in real life ADS, which means you sacrifice your depth perception anyways. It's realism versus function.
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5 years ago#13
I'm guessing they'll use a "canned" slight out of focus blur effect on the gun, while maintaining the 3D effect. Great question, BTW. I never considered it.
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5 years ago#14
^ That's the point. IRL if you aim down the barrel of a gun with 1 eye, you're giving up depth perception for accuracy.
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5 years ago#15
Sorry, my post was directed at Kaneisalive.

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