Is it possible to see the 3D effect with....

#1GodsWarrior64Posted 8/3/2011 9:15:49 PM
one eye? i realize this is a stupid question but i'm asking because something happened a while ago and i lost vision in one of my eyes and haven't bothered with 3d ever since so i was wondering if you can at least notice the 3d with one eye even if it's only a little bit.

I'm getting a 3ds soon with OoT3D. being able to see 3d or not wouldnt bother me i'm just curious.
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#2SkyCrackersPosted 8/3/2011 9:16:20 PM
You can't see in 3D with one eye.
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#3No1etterPosted 8/3/2011 9:25:32 PM(edited)
Nope
You're better off leaving the 3D off.

Edit:
Also, you can see 3D with one eye with focus blur. It's not exactly the same as seeing it with both eyes, but it does help to discern a three-dimensional space when you view an object closeup and distant items blur (and vice versa).

Unfortunately the 3DS 3D splits the images between the two eyes which makes for a more traditional effect of depth.
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#4GodsWarrior64(Topic Creator)Posted 8/3/2011 9:17:47 PM
i see... oh well
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#5E-25Posted 8/3/2011 9:19:08 PM
Just tried, you can get the ghosting effect if you angle it right. If you have very jittery hands, then tah dah.
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#6DiscomasterPosted 8/3/2011 9:19:36 PM
You won't notice it at all. It's a stereoscopic image... Basically the screen is designed to work in such a way that each eye sees a complete and slightly different image and the two work together to create image depth.
#7GodsWarrior64(Topic Creator)Posted 8/3/2011 9:26:09 PM
No1etter posted...
Nope
You're better off leaving the 3D off.

Edit:
Also, you can see 3D with one eye with focus blur. It's not exactly the same as seeing it with both eyes, but it does help to discern a three-dimensional space when you view an object closeup with distant items blurring and vice versa.

Unfortunately the 3DS 3D splits the images between the two eyes which makes for a more traditional effect of depth.


well i guess thats better than nothing haha. thanks for the responses.
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#8banzaiheilPosted 8/3/2011 10:37:44 PM
GodsWarrior64 posted...
i see... oh well

What an unfortunate choice of words.
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#9paradoxworldPosted 8/3/2011 11:00:29 PM
What an unfortunate choice of words.

Lol. I was going to make a joke like, "No you don't"..But this will have to do.
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#10FoofyheadPosted 8/4/2011 1:10:13 AM
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