The 3DS, hm? Perhaps Nintendo needs to slow down a bit on the handhelds.
Why yes, my first post WAS about the DSi XL, which was scheduled to release two days from now. And, great news on that (sorta), Nintendo has released their information on the 3DS, the DS, which as cleverly named as the DSi XL, is 3-D. But, what is most interesting about this, seems to be the fact that the Three Dimensions will be utilized WITHOUT the use of glasses. How curious.
So, how is this possible, you may ask? According to Neil Dodgson, a 3-D expert based in Cambridge U, a certain type of lens, which he refers to as lenticular tech, given the right information, can make it appear 3-D right on the screen. So, what Nintendo plans to do, is related to this material. They haven’t released specifics on their methods of 3-D quite yet, but it will most likely utilize this method, or something similar. I know how frustrated I would get if I lost glasses and thus, every virtual use that the system has to offer.
It seems to be a DSi XL, with 3-D capabilities. So, is it necessary Nintendo? I don’t really see the point, but there are people who seem genuinely exited for this. I would be, if I had more use out of the DSi. I can say with full honesty, I’ve never once used a DSi. Well, once. Just to get a kick out of the camera. But, basically, no. That will make a total of 5 DS’s. The original, the DS lite, the DSi, the DSi XL, and the 3DS. The first DS released in ’04, so that’s 5 system add ons in 6 years. Well Nintendo, I’d imagine that sweet tasting revenue must be DELICOUS. Let’s just hope it doesn’t pull a DSi, and not get as many sells as you want.
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–Nodxalt The Great.
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