I wrote this up on my Facebook, and I forgot to post it here. Pretty old, from ComicCon this past summer, but I thought you guys might like it.
So we had been waiting in line at the Sony Gran Turismo 3D driving simulator, me and my friends. This little kid comes up with his mom, and she is all "Oh, there is a line, I guess we will do something else." I caught on this, and realizing that a small, obviously interested child was about to miss out on experiencing 3D gaming, I gave him my spot in line (I was the next person up). Yeah, I had to wait a lot longer (About 20 minutes), but making the little kid happy was worth it, and I got some cute pics.
This was when she turned the 3D on. He was pretty amazed!
Very clearly still amazed.
He had to sit on his mom's lap, and the attendant had to help him not crash. X)
Myself, having nearly as much fun. You know, those journalists are right, the glasses are pretty dorky, but who cares!
As I mentioned elsewhere, low contrast and separation. Contrast was probably to save on ghosting, especially at how bright they needed it to be to compete with the shiny lights everywhere, and separation was to avoid giving people headaches. Not stunning for a stereo veteran, but the rest of my crew was impressed!
Overall, had a ton of fun!