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3D Technology in Gaming

Depth of vision

One of the benefits of 3D gaming is the depth of field. It provides an extended vision for games, offering an easy and clear focus. This is particularly good when you have a 2D platform game or a title with a distinct, strong graphical style. The 3D nature is an image our eyes are more used to. Considering we are 3 dimensional beings, we stand a better chance of determining the difference between the foreground and background. Therefore, it makes understanding what we are looking at much easier. The graphics become more refined. Such a display continues to get better making the effects and power of computing only better.


3D gaming also offers the added benefit of immersion. This is in light with the struggles games have had in trying to attain a sense of immersion. When players know they are playing a game, while being acutely aware, the experience is often greatly lessened. The technology offers something that is slightly more realistic. At least there are fewer boundaries on where the screen comes to an end, making the reality to sink in. Furthermore, most of this enables developers to become more creative. In the former days of gaming, 2D layers and parallax scrolling were applied for purposes of creating a 3 dimensional illusion. But today with 3D technology in use, there is no need to engage in such trickery.

Applied benefits

Additional benefits are often introduced when you combine the depth of vision and immersion. One of the biggest noticeable aspects is the game play that these two aspects introduce. Imagine 3D racing games or puzzles. The depth often gives the added depth to play with. The 3D visuals, on the other hand, grant lots of room to be creative. It also helps to obtain better intuitive responses.