Want to just shoot the breeze? Forum 42 is the place!
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Wait, the eyeglasses rapidly open and close?
Does that mean they make a quiet flapping noise or can "bite" your eye?
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No there auto darkining see thru LCDS
A watched download never completes.
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sam wrote: jeroen wrote:
shmagoogin77 wrote:couldnt you take a pic through the glasses?
If you knew how it worked you'd understand why you can't. Besides 3d photographed always becomes 2d anyway.
rofl, yeah shmagoogin tell me when you find a 3d camera
post 888 im 2 steps ahead of the devil
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Triton wrote:what hes talkin about is probably the VictorMaxx VR Headset
Yeah that's it, I dunno how it can possibly only work with the snes though
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CronoTriggerfan wrote:Sweet! That+Wii=AWESOME!!!
Yes, I can imagine it now.
*Gets ready for Skyone to attack him because he can't take a joke*
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A television with a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) TV screen. Virtual FX will not work with HDTV, plasma, projection or LCD based television sets. Note: The Virtual FX receives and transmits the video signal via S-Video or RCA Video cables. To view cable or broadcast TV shows with the Virtual FX, most VCRs and Satellite Dish Systems will convert the RF (cable, antenna or dish) video signal to RCA or S-Video. Please check your system. If your TV cannot receive video via S-Video or RCA cables, an RF modulator (available at any electronics supply store) is required to convert the signal. Virtual FX will not be able to convert video to 3D in TVs with built-in VCRs or DVD players.
Heh, so why is this? Does it have to do with scanlines?
Shhh! I'm not officially back yet.