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coverflow Coverflow - Simple 3D by adriancaz
adriancaz posted a topic in Aurora Coverflow LayoutsCoverflow Simple 3D diseñado por mi para Aurora 0.7B Xbox 360, espero sea de su agrado Simple 3D Default: Simple 3D Default by adriancaz.cfljson Simple 3D WebOS: Simple 3D WebOS by adriancaz.cfljson
coverflow Coverflow - Big Library 3D by adriancaz
adriancaz posted a topic in Aurora Coverflow LayoutsCoverflow Big Library 3D diseñado por mi para Aurora 0.7B Xbox 360, espero sea de su agrado Big Library 3D Default: Library 3D Default by adriancaz.cfljson Big Library 3D WebOS: Library 3D WebOS by adriancaz.cfljson
[Info] Xbox 360 games in 3D - StereoscopyIf you are already been in 3D cinema, then you want to ensure that feeling also at home. The Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 and other consoles offer exactly that. I have tested it the last few days with various games and especially with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, the feeling is just much better with 3D All you need for this is a 3D capable TV , a HDMI cable 1.4 or higher and a 3D glasses (eg from the Cinema ) Almost all LG TVs support passive 3D, that means you does not require any shutter glasses and therefore you can use a regular out of the cinema. Also Philips, Samsung and other manufacturers have devices with passive 3D technology. Mostly you have then in your remote control a 3D icon. The 3D support is enabled by default. Otherwise you will find the setting in NXE - Standard Dashboard. Not all games support 3D an (incomplete) list of games with 3D support you get here http://www.3dtested.com/3d-xbox-360-games-list/ Whether your TV support 3D - active or passive features you can just try it. Start a game with 3D support and enabled 3D in the game options, your TV should switch automatically and give you a hint. Without 3D glasses the display is then blurred, you set 3D glasses on the effect should be immediately visible (in the game). * Btw. All PCs and newer graphics cards are 3D capable and you can have with a normal 3D glasses from the cinema the feeeling also at home. NVIDIA has directly in the control panel "up Stereoscopic 3D Function". For AMD / ATI I think it is a hidden option. Just try it out: thumbsup: