That depends largely on the source material. Dedicated 3D video material looks by far the most impressive - the test video had all sorts of specially chosen scenes to really showcase the technology. Whether it was a fish drifting out of the coral and towards our eyes, or a fancy-dress parade marching to highlight the extraordinarily effective depth of field, every scene was vividly brought to life. A few small details were less effective: bright lights hardly benefited from the 3D effect at all, so a fireworks display looked oddly flat and lifeless.
But the effectiveness varies enormously by game type. First-person shooters - with all their wide spaces, looming buildings and ranged weapons - work brilliantly on the whole; strategy games such as Supreme Commander are a little too top-down for there to be much of a point in 3D.
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