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Posted on Monday, February 28 @ 20:31:58 PST by
Science is tought stuff. Chemistry, biology, geometry... it's all French to me!

That's why I'm so intrigued by the way the 3DS gets the 3D effect to work without glasses. It all has something to do with my eyeballs I'm sure.

Actually, I've written about how the 3DS works before, but now that the handheld is being held... in... someone's hands, there's more to the mystery! In fact, the parallax barrier that separates two images into two eyeballs has been photographed. Here's the screen with the 3D effect turned to full blast:

And here's the screen with the 3D effect at a minimum. You can still make out the lines separating two images, but there's an obvious difference.

I'll be landing at GDC tomorrow and will have my hands full of 3DS during the conference. Stay tuned for all the hands-on impressions you can handle.

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