Its really not funny to make fun of people with disabilities.
AHAH! gotcha! **adds to list**
In fact, I think I can get more 3D effects in video games than I can in real-life.
definitely. Our stereobase allows for " just enough" 3d to survive in the wild as cavemen. Usually games provide much more 3d that we can naturally see, and I think in the same way that when we play a racing game or drive a car really fast in real life we receive a natural high from the speed I think we also receive a natural high from seeing "enhanced" 3d
Makes me interested in maybe building a real-life hyper-stereo headset. Meaning an HMD with dual video cameras attached. However, instead of setting the camera at 65mm normal stereo-base, do something crazy like 150mm.
I remember posting an image I made of that concept on MTBS but that was a while back. Ιndeed t'would be awesome, however you'd still be almost blind I think since the human eyes have a combined estimated resolution of 576 megapixels http://news.deviantart.com/article/27174/
so while it would look nice on a 3d screen, if you were to actually see nothing but, say, 1280*720, or even hell, full HD per eye it would appear grotesquely blurry/stretched. However, I'm sure in a few decades this won't be a problem.
EDIT: Then again, since most HMD's do not have a full FOV and are like "viewing something out of a helmet with a small slit or as if a large tv was a few meters away" it could be okay-ish but I wouldn't feel safe walking down the street in that sort of contraption
EDIT2: Then again, stalk eyed flies compete for mates by measuring the spread of their " eye rods" (the long stick thingies with their eyes on the end)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stalk-eyed_fly
There should be similar competitions where 2 or more people wearing HMD's with webcams set to a large stereobase would get into matches, sort of like mooses. that would be very cool.