I know that this article is small in comparison to others I have posted, but I find it to be intriguing. Originally this article was meant to illustrate the special feature on the new Nintendo DS, 3D. Soon I found that they were really addressing 3D as a whole, not just for the new hand-held gaming system. When I have gone to 3D movies, it takes a good amount of time for my eyes to become adjusted. I think my first real 3D feature length film was Avatar which I saw one year ago. At first I was totally out of it, my eyes were in a sense, bugging out. I wasn’t sure if I really liked this type of an effect. However after some time I began to really get into it. I loved it. When I read this article I thought it was interesting how 3D makes our mind believe that we are physically moving without actually moving. Ingenious! I had always wondered why we liked it so much. We feel like we are an actual part of the movie or, in this articles case, game. Even though we may really enjoy it, our brain sure doesn’t. No wonder it took me a good while to get adjusted.