I am talking about television as an evolving technology that, over the years, has aspired to be as similar to reality as is possible, and the addition of depth to tv and games is just one more step in that direction.
At any rate, that is not the point of this thread. I am telling you, absolutely 100%, that the wii has the capability to output in 3d to my LGLW5600. I know 3d well when I see it. This is not just "3d worlds" as you said. It is 3d as in is has the capability to display things that look like they are coming out of the screen, or far off in the distance, using stereoscopic images rendered from different angles.
and if you believe that color on television is a fad or a gimmick, then we have a fundamental disagreement, and there is no point in discussing it further. I can not agree that color is just an unnecessary fad
Last edited by Splash_King; 08-02-2011 at 08:39 PM.
To create a 3D image for a 3D TV, the Wii would have to render everything twice, once for the left eye and once for the right eye. The software would have to be written to do that and the hardware would have to be able to generate them fast enough and be able to output them in a format recognized by 3D TV's. The Wii does not do this. Why would the Mario Kart programmers write double image generation into the software when the hardware itself can't do the rest? What I believe you are seeing is an unusual visual artifact that ends up looking similar to things designed specifically for 3D, but it's not something the Wii is doing on purpose.
3D is the past
Hologram TV is the future
can you please make a video of this because right now it does look like your trolling and please dont respond with a witty answer.......
But really, why is a ton of awesome shit going on sale in 2012? You're just asking for your sales to be ****ed by the crazies who believe in timed apocalypse scenarios and the like.
Dont care much for 3D. Its over rated.
yes but its only simulation not real d 3d...