Looking forward to full stereoscopic 3D capabilities in Xbox 360?
The gaming experiences we have with Xbox series are truly amazing and unforgettable. There has never been a gaming console that can outwit and outlast the Xbox. And now with the Xbox 360, the second game console developed by Microsoft is again expecting to hit the market this June.
Recently, a report from EuroGamer states that the newest update on Xbox 360 will be out soon revealing a full stereoscopic 3D technology. So far as 3D technology is concern, it is latest viewing experience where looking at two-dimensional screen with offset images gives an illusion of depth.
This illusion initially is said to provide an image-out of-screen seemingly like the lenticular lenses used in 3D LCD TVs. But according to the site, this stereoscopic 3D support works similarly like the three dimensional effect of PS3. Moreover, the said console will feature an HDMI 1.4 in 1280 x 1470 twins 720p. In addition to what we have discussed earlier, a stereoscopic capability enables the viewer to see 3D without headgear, by saying this it will work like those glass-free display devices.
And if all of these features will turn out to be true, then there will be dual effect on it to the viewers. On the positive side, viewing at the screen while playing will give a close-to-reality visual experience. However, I just can’t imagine seeing those outrageous villains coming out from the screens. That might raise nervousness.
Fortunately, this is just an update and won’t demand any consumers to purchase the product. Hopefully, Microsoft can deal soundly with 3D technology in Xbox 360.