(o3dsxl) 3d displays a ghost image of the other eye's image...

Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by migles, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. migles
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    does this problem appears on a N3ds XL or to other 3ds users?

    very rarely i try the 3D and it's cool but when there is something bright like the sun there i can see a double picture
    this effect is a bit small (the double picture appears really fadded) but i can notice and bugs my eyes...

    i am not sure if this a common problem, and if its solved on the new 3ds.
    is there a way to minimize this effect?

    i am talking about the effect you can see in the blue ghost thing (of course this would happen on a camera):
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    edit forgot to mention, i can see this effect while closing the other eye and no matter if i slightly change the position or put the console more far or close.. the reason i am seing this is not because i am badly positioned..
     
    Last edited by migles, Apr 14, 2016
  2. V0LT!GE

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    This is normal so dont worry :)
    If u activate the 3d u can see that 2 Display layers are getting one part together and thats whybu see double things if its bright enof
     
  3. TheKawaiiDesu

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    It happens to me too, and it's the same on N3DS.
     
  4. LinkSoraZelda

    LinkSoraZelda GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    It's completely normal. Wipe off your screen to near new standards, and it should look perfect.
     
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