ITT: 3D Youtube vids.

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User Info: Pat_Dude

Pat_Dude
6 years ago#1
What would you think if the 3DS browser had built-in flash an you could watch 3D youtube videos in 3D using the 3DS' hardware?

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User Info: grans

grans
6 years ago#2
Would be cool, but i think they'd have to add a new kind of effect to the 3D option in youtube. The 3DS uses a different effect than current TV's or peripherals.
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User Info: infringement153

infringement153
6 years ago#3
It just needs to know the two different inputs.
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User Info: Wetterdew

Wetterdew
6 years ago#4
I've been wondering this too, and I would love that. I don't expect it, though.

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User Info: Krootahn

Krootahn
6 years ago#5
Would be cool, but i think they'd have to add a new kind of effect to the 3D option in youtube. The 3DS uses a different effect than current TV's or peripherals.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ANcspdYh_U

I'm pretty sure 3DS uses "row interleave".

User Info: Satarack

Satarack
6 years ago#6

From: Krootahn | #005
Would be cool, but i think they'd have to add a new kind of effect to the 3D option in youtube. The 3DS uses a different effect than current TV's or peripherals.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ANcspdYh_U

I'm pretty sure 3DS uses "row interleave".


It could be column interleave instead, I remember reading one comment from E3 saying that they could turn the 3DS up to 180 degrees up or down, and still get the 3D effect; but if they turned it left or right, the effect would be lost.
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User Info: Krootahn

Krootahn
6 years ago#7
I'm sure youtube will have whatever we need to watch 3D vids if the 3DS has a browser due to its popularity.
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