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Development is far further ahead than movies or television
by Duncan Geere
Amidst all this talk of 3D televisions and 3D movies, it's easy to forget one art-form that's been 3D since 1981 - Gaming. The Sinclair ZX81 had what many regard to be the first 3D game - 3D Monster Maze, which placed the player in a maze with a T-Rex, the objective being to escape before you got eaten.
But that isn't true 3D - it's not the kind that we've been looking at all week here on Pocket-lint. However the fact that games have already perfected the depiction of a 3D world is important - it means that there's far fewer problems to solve to get a real 3D experience.
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