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Personally i think it a gimmick. i dont want to knock it before really giving them a try because the only 3D recent movie i seen was Avatar and i think it was done ok.... i curious about the 3DS though....
I'm going to laugh if everybody ends up enjoying the 3DS.
Because then it pretty much will have proved that there was nothing wrong with 3D media, or the fact that it's 3D. Rather, the problem people had was putting on the glasses. In which case, it'd be best to let the technology develop to where we can easily watch 3D TV without glasses instead of cursing the technology to hell.
Depends on how it's used. If it's like the 3D that was used for Toy Story 3, a 2D to 3D conversion, then I think it's a pointless gimmick to gain more money. I couldn't even tell it was in 3D. If it's 3D that was used in Avatar and TRON: Legacy, 3D cameras with no conversion at all, then I believe it could be new way to see a movie and heighten the movie going experience even though Avatar's 3D was mostly just depth of field which can be done without a 3D camera.
Like Dogen said, it's mostly the glasses that I hate. When I went to go see Jackass 3D, the movie was ruined for me because of the glasses (they would fog up constantly) and the whole time I wished that I could of been watching it in 2D.
Yea 3D is gimmick, and I don't mind it but I just wished that not every movie, especially ones that don't need 3D, use 3D technology (Jackass 3 is a perfect example for this.)
I like 3D movies depending the movie though. I hate it sometimes because those glasses are too big for my face and I end up having to hold them against my head for the majority of the movie. Also, the price too.
I like it. I dont think it is revolutionary or generation defining, like touch screens.
But, it definately has its advantages. It doesnt feel natural but that can be used to improve the movie or game.
Imagine a horror movie using this feature to make the scenery more discomforting, repulsive and unnatural.
I don't dislike the idea of 3D movies, what I dislike is how the movie industry has enveloped 3D into their pictures.
If it was just like a normal movie with 3D built into it, it would be great.
But no, when a movie is in 3D, every 5 seconds the movie is like;
"Whoa! Something is moving/flying towards the camera! Whoaaaaaaaaaaa! Look how cool it is!"