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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Terminator02, Jun 15, 2010.
i dont understand what natively 3D is
could someone explain?
There are tv's that can technically make something 3d, they're just throwing a 3d effect over 2d picture.
Natively 3d means that it's MEANT to be 3d and will look much much better.
That's the short of it.
Hardly "native", if they've got to halve the PS3's normal framerate to accomodate them. It's also hardly native if you need a $2000-3000+ TV plus pricey glasses to enjoy it.
I don't think that's exactly what it means. It's not the TV that makes a 2D game look like 3D. The games are updated to support 3D.
The problem with that is that rendering every frame twice (which is essentially what you're doing with 3D) will cost a lot of performance. The problem is a lot smaller with natively developed 3D titles. The developers design the game from the ground up thinking about 3D support, making them run a lot smoother in general.
well actually it is the tv that ultimately makes the game look 3d
but it will need information on how to make it 3d
and there are tv's that can show anything in 3d without any real information about 3d
and he meant natively 3d is real 3d that has the information and the tv doesnt need to guess how it should make the image 3d but will really know how to correcly view it
i dont know if thats right but it sounds plausible to me
Noone is going to be interested until we have cheap, glasses free 3d tvs.
I know what you mean, I had to buy a HD TV because my old TV wasnt HD, even though HD consoles like my megadrive worked on it.