Mobile Game Consoles
The first mobile 3D game console is the 3DS version of the popular Nintendo handheld games. The 3DS has a lenticular, glasses-free screen. It has an adjustment bar which is user-adjustable to adjust the amount of depth in a game.
An interesting note on the Nintendo 3DS is the initial warnings by the company to restrict usage of the device to children under 6. This 'warning' has been disagreed with by the American Optometric Association, which finds that the 3DS can be a useful indicator (not a cause) of vision issues that usually go undetected.
The ability to feel comfortable viewing 3D imagery is a complex eye movement that most human's have mastered. Less than this ability could signal the need for treatment or therapy. The best way to be sure is to see a vision specialist often and don't rely on an in-school screening which doesn't test for this advanced function.
3D Mobile Game Consoles