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Tokyo Game Show 2009 – Stereoscopic 3D Gaming on PS3

October 6th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Other S3D Tech


Here is a short video footage by DigInfo shot at Tokyo Game Show 2009 where Sony was also demoing their PlayStation 3 along with the game WipeOut HD in Stereoscopic 3D on a big screen TV that should be a working true 200Hz 3D Bravia TV set (these should come out in 2010, maybe as early as February, or maybe not). So Stereoscopic 3D is finally getting the attention it deserves and I cannot wait to try the 3D Bravia TVs with the GeForce 3D Vision shutter glasses from Nvidia (they seem to be using similar active shutter glasses in the video, but from Real D)…

To read the original article go to DigInfo’s website…

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The Game Invincible Tiger and 3D TV Support

August 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Stereo 3D Games

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Some time ago I’ve written about a few interesting and upcoming games with Stereoscopic 3D support and Invincible Tiger was among them and now the game is already available, unfortunately only for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles. Still the good thing about it is that it not only comes with anaglyph mode, but also with shutter and polarized glasses support and not only that, but the official website does come with a lot of information on the topic. Besides an S3D trailer in anaglyph mode and game some screenshots, also in anaglyph you can find a support page with a lot of information on S3D support in the game and even what monitors and TVs work with which version of the game. The page even mentions 3D Vision, but then again it is not very clear of and how the game supports that with a compatible TV, because the 120Hz Samsung and Viewsonic monitors are marked as not compatible. We can just hope that in the near future more game developers will not only add S3D support int heir games, but will also offer enough information along with it… and that they will push it not only for console, but also for PC gamers. If you purchase the game for Xbox 360 or PS3 you can also fill a form on the game website and get 2 free pairs of anaglyph glasses as a bonus, so even if you don’t have a 3D compatible TV you’ll still be able to enjoy the game in S3D analyph on a normal TV, which, although has some drawbacks is still fun. ;)

To visit the S3D page of the game Invisible Tiger…
To visit the Invincible Tiger 3D TV Support page with a lot of info…

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