- IGN has shared their experience and a video from this year's CES show in Las Vegas while getting a peek at some Gran Turismo 5 PS3 (off-screen) 3D gameplay.
The GT5 video is available below, and to quote: "Sony had three demo stations set up, each with a brand-new 3D-enabled Bravia television and a pair of active shutter glasses.
According to the rep showing off the games, 1080p HD content does not work well with traditional 3D glasses such as Real3D lenses used at many movie theaters. Only active shutter glasses can properly "decode" the dual image and translate it into believable 3D.
The 3D Gran Tursimo demo, however, made better use of the 3D despite not looking nearly as crisp as Gran Turismo 5. There was a definite sensation of depth as your car drifted around corners with railings and signs sliding past you.
Following the demo lap, you get a replay of your performance. When the camera swings to look inside the car, your driver really appears to occupy 3D space inside the vehicle.
The steering wheel, the dash, the seat - they don't just look like they are operating on separate planes, like a Viewmaster. It all really comes together and looks as if you are peering in on a 3D scene."