Why do i see the other eyes image (a bit) o3ds :(

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

  1. Shaswati
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    Shaswati GBAtemp Regular

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    This happens only when the 3d is at max (in certain games where the 3d is intense)
    Is it normal?
    Is something wrong with my eyes or god forbid my 3ds...
    Thank you. Do you all see them too?Also its a normal tn panel in a o3ds XL
     
  2. gualala

    gualala Advanced Member

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    when the contrast is huge, the left eye image would bleed into right eye and vise versa. Example would be a light 3D text over a dark background like the title of Luigi mansion 2
     
  3. Shaswati
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    Shaswati GBAtemp Regular

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    Thank you :)
    I can stop worrying now!
     
  4. mammastuffing

    mammastuffing GBAtemp Regular

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    I have this problem both with my o3DS and 3DS XL and not just when 3D is max. If there is a lot of darkness showing on the screen I will see a "ghost" image in the dark spots. That is, it always bleeds for me and is always visible if the screen is dark.
     
  5. Seriel

    Seriel Always watching, always waiting..

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    If you have something wrong with your eyes, then that would happen. For example my eyesight isn't very good and I see some trippy double vision wherever the 3d slider is.
     
  6. mammastuffing

    mammastuffing GBAtemp Regular

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    Vision ain't perfect. :-P But I'm pretty sure that's not the issue, problem is visible even if I close one eye.
     
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