If you're seeing stuff 'pop in' when it should be 'popping out', you're seeing the inverted image. That would indicate that you're exactly halfway out of phase from the sweet spot; the left eye is seeing the right eye's image, and vice versa.GJS said:Just looks like they get closer to the screen for me.
My gut feeling - and I'm not a scientist - would be "This is not impossible".McNum said:I wonder, if I use the 3DS a little every day in 3D mode, could I "fix" my depth perception? Give the eyes a 3D workout, so to speak. I'd love to get the ability to see 3D without straining my eyes.
It's not known at the moment. We do have one data point, however, which is that the European release of Pokémon Black/White (which is DSi enhanced, so still has some region protection in it) *does* work on Japanese 3DSes, while the Japanese release of the game does not work on European ones. There's a clear distinction there for some reason.KAL2006 said:So I have heard the 3DS is not region free, but is it up to the developers like it is on 360, or is it absolutely not region free at all. The reason I am asking this is because Europe does not get many decent games that US get, such as Radiant Historia, Lufia, Shin Megami Tensei, Monster Tale, Trauma Centre 2 and etc.