View Full Version : Xbox In 3D for 99.99 USD !!!!!

12-13-2002, 04:29 PM
Now u can play all ur favorite games in 3D with the X3D viewing glasses @ 3Dworld.com for $99.99 which is a great price for the technology go check it out at 3dworld.com

P.S. Click on the CNN report on the glasses at there website were u get to see the CNN guy have fun looking at him self in 3D

12-13-2002, 04:44 PM
Ok, immeciate problems I see with that. One, there are only 3 ways that I am aware of to make something 3d. The first and most annoying is the red/blue filter system. The next is what was originally dubbed 'crystalvision' and created by disney makes it so certain colors pop up closer to you than others. Though this works, it also means that something that is supposedly in the distance will appear close because of what color it is. The last method is polarized images with 2 images produced at slightly different angles and polarized different directions. This one is just plain impossible due to TVs not being able to produce polarized light....

Does anyone have any clue how this thing works? Though after perusing the website it does seem like the signal has to be specially prepared for 3d viewing...

12-13-2002, 04:44 PM
For some reason now they dont have the 3D glasses that u can hook up with ur consoles/DVD players hmmm, very odd they were there before.

They also sell them @ www.edimensional.com too.

12-13-2002, 05:31 PM
These are for PC games.. not console games, which makes sense since Kraft was right with what he said about the different types of 3d. You will require software running on the PC to get it working...

From the website:

The E-D software and drivers automatically convert the images on your monitor into a left and right perspective. Each image flickers back and forth so fast on your monitor that it is not noticeable to the human eye. Working synergistically with our advanced active glasses, the flickering of each image is precisely timed with flickering of the left and right lens of the glasses, again faster than can be perceived.