PlayStation 3’s 3D Games Could Get 3DS-Style Slider
By Stephen Totilo
In an experiment that could spread to other 3D video games on the PlayStation 3, the developers of November’s Sly Cooper compilation are considering including a controller-based slider that will adjust the depth of 3D displayed by the game.
The ability to manually adjust the depth of stereoscopic 3D graphics popping out from or receding into a TV screen would help people view the game more comfortably, a Sony games producer told Kotaku. He was showing me the Sly Collection at a holiday showcase for PS3 and PSP titles in New York yesterday. The game runs in stereoscopic 3D with the help of a special TV and glasses.
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