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    Default Wipeout HD in 3D in 2010!!

    And "any" other game too for that matter as the 3D capability of the PS3 will be provided as a software update. Check the link and video

    http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/04/p...-to-all-exist/

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    Yeaaaaaaaaaaah

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    Lol hes in 8th place racing at venom.

    Noob.

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    Yea, I noticed that as well. It's amazing, but I'm not gonna buy a $1000 TV just to play it though.

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    I get headaches just thinking about it. Do not want.

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    Stats, Fury, 3D Wipeout experience.... we keep getting this, yet all I want is 1.26 era online gameplay.

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    i have to agree with okam, plus who is going to get a whole new tv just for a gimmick like that?

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    A software update and hardware glasses?

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    Lance - LCDs are polarized as that's how they operate (except instead of your eyes - they rotate polarization around sub pixels giving you the primary colors) - well, manufacturers FINALLY caught onto this aspect. If you put polarized sunglasses on (or happen to have some polarizing film laying around your basement like I do) - hold it up to an LCD screen - as you rotate it, you can completely black out the screen, rotate it 90 degrees, and suddenly it's completely clear. Using the properties of polarization and extinction - they put polarized lenses into 3d glasses - 90 degrees off plane from one another. So if your left eye needs to see an image - the LCD rotates the polarization for that frame while the right is black, the the next frame, it rotates it 90 degrees off so the right eye sees it. The staggered images give you a 3d experience. Much akin to the red and blue glasses - except instead of filtering by color (those always made me queasy) - they filter by polarization - so all the color is retained. Couple that with 120hz - and each eye gets to see 60hz video, and your brain says "holy $h!t 3_@*#&ing_D" Or you have a seizure. Both entertaining.

    So you need a tv set that has a set polarization (most older LCDs seem to be random so no dice) - and it must be able to do at least 120hz if you want to see 60hz 3d. And some polarized glasses - and that's by far the cheapest component here.

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    I know how it works; I was being ironic.

    But I do appreciate the work you put into the explanation.

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