By TRENTON MEADEprogress@eku.edu
The New Nintendo 3DS XL features improved functionality as well as a slight change to the chassis that its predecessor fell short on executing.
The New 3DS, released Feb. 13, 2015, though the same size and shape, is relatively the same as the old version, has some slight changes that were much needed.
The glasses-free stereoscopic 3D technology revolutionized gaming when it was first introduced in 2011 on the Nintendo 3DS. Without the use of 3D glasses or accessories, the handheld let you game with a new experience never seen before.
This was the future of gaming. The technology produced an out-of-this-world experience and was loved… for the first few minutes of use. The glasses-free 3D technology was flawed. You had to keep your head and hands perfectly still to see the effects and might’ve wanted headache medication handy as eye-straining was a big issue.
The New 3DS includes super stable 3D technology that allows users to comfortably use the glasses-free 3D feature without worry. With the addition of a second camera above the top screen, it allows the system to track the position of your head in relation to the screen and adjust the 3D effect accordingly...
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