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Famicom 3D System
ManufacturerNintendo
TypeVideo game accessory
GenerationThird generation
Lifespan
  • JP: October 21, 1987
ConnectivityFamicom expansion port
2 3.5 mm jacks (glasses)
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The Famicom 3D System[1] is a Japan-exclusive accessory for the NintendoFamily Computer released[2] in 1987.

Overview[edit]

The 3D System consists of a pair of active shutter glasses and an adapter to connect them to the Famicom's third player expansion port. The glasses are connected to the adapter via dual 3.5 mm jacks. This allowed compatible games to display a stereoscopic image similar to that of the Sega Master System's SegaScope 3-D Glasses. Games would play in conventional 2D until a '3D mode' was activated by use of the select button.[3]

Twin Famicom 3D System[edit]

Sharp Corporation released their own branded version of the 3D System called the Twin Famicom 3D System.[4] Though marketed towards users of Sharp's Twin Famicom, it was equivalent to the 3D System with only cosmetic differences.

Reception and legacy[edit]

The 3D System was a commercial failure and, as a result, was never released outside Japan.[2] Criticisms included the clunkiness of the glasses and the limited selection of compatible titles. Eight years later, in 1995, Nintendo again ventured into stereoscopic gaming with the commercially unsuccessful Virtual Boy. In the following years, Nintendo experimented in stereoscopic 3D with both the GameCube and Game Boy Advance SP systems, but these features were not released commercially due to cost and technical limitations.[5] In 2011, Nintendo released the 3DS handheld capable of displaying stereoscopic 3D images without the need for special glasses. The 3DS has enjoyed a largely positive reception. In 2019 Nintendo released a Labo VR Kit.

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List of compatible games[edit]

  • Attack Animal Gakuen by Pony Canyon
  • Cosmic Epsilon by Asmik
  • Falsion[6] by Konami
  • Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally[5] by Nintendo
  • Highway Star (Rad Racer outside Japan)[7] by Square
  • JJ: Tobidase Daisakusen Part II by Square
  • Fuuun Shourin Ken - Ankoku no Maou by Jaleco

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Packaging material refers to it as the Family Computer 3D System (ファミリー コンピュータ スリーディー システム). The product itself only has 'FAMICOM 3D SYSTEM'.
  2. ^ abPlunkett, Luke. Nintendo's First 3D Technology Shot A Spaceship At Mario's Face. Kotaku. 30 April 2010.
  3. ^Famicom 3D System at Famicom World
  4. ^ファミコンの周辺機器が大集合 (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2 February 2015. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
  5. ^ abIwata, Satoru. And That's How the Nintendo 3DS Was Made - Satoru Iwata Talks About Past Projects. Iwata Asks. 2011.
  6. ^Sachdev, Ishaan. The Remarkable History Of The 3DS. Siliconera. 19 June 2010.
  7. ^Porter, Rick. ed. Square Enix’s Rad Racer could be the 3DS’s next 3D Classic. GamesTM. 2 June 2011.

External links[edit]

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  • Famicom 3D System hardware and game library on YouTube from FamicomDojo.TV
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3d Jump Unity

Following is a list of notable 3D modeling software, computer programs used for developing a mathematical representation of any three-dimensional surface of objects, also called 3D modeling.

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TitleLicense3D rendering support
3D-CoatCommercial softwareYes
3D SlashFreemiumYes
3DVIA ShapeCommercial softwareNo
AC3DCommercial softwareNo
Adobe DimensionCommercial softwareYes
Alibre DesignCommercial softwareYes
AmapiCommercial softwareYes
Anim8orFreewareYes
Animation:MasterCommercial softwareYes
ArchiCADCommercial softwareYes
Art of IllusionGNU General Public License +Yes
AutoCADCommercial softwareYes
AutoQ3D CommunityGNU GPLv2 +Yes
AutoQ3DCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk 3ds MaxCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk InventorCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk MayaCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk MudboxCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk RevitCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk SoftimageCommercial softwareYes
Autodesk Fusion 360Commercial softwareYes
BlenderGNU GPLv2+Yes
BricsCADCommercial softwareYes
BRL-CADGNU LGPL and BSDYes
BryceCommercial softwareYes
CATIACommercial softwareYes
CarraraCommercial softwareYes
Cheetah3DCommercial softwareYes
Cinema 4DCommercial softwareYes
CityEngineCommercial softwareNo
Clara.ioFreemiumYes
Daz StudioFreewareYes
DesignSpark MechanicalFreemiumNo
Electric Image Animation SystemCommercial softwareYes
Exa CorporationCommercial softwareYes
FluxFreewareNo
Form-ZCommercial softwareYes
FreeCADGNU LGPLYes
Geomodeller3DCommercial softwareYes
HexagonCommercial softwareNo
HoudiniCommercial softwareYes
IRONCADCommercial softwareYes
KeyCreatorCommercial softwareYes
LightWave 3DCommercial softwareYes
Makers Empire 3DFreemiumYes
MASSIVECommercial softwareYes
MetasequoiaCommercial softwareYes
MicroStationCommercial softwareYes
MikuMikuDanceFreewareYes
Milkshape 3DCommercial softwareNo
ModoCommercial softwareYes
NXCommercial softwareNo
OnshapeCommercial softwareYes
Open CASCADEGNU LGPLYes
OpenSCADGNU GPLYes
Oculus MediumCommercial softwareYes
PoserCommercial softwareYes
PowerAnimatorCommercial softwareYes
PromineCommercial softwareYes
Pro/ENGINEERCommercial softwareYes
Quake Army KnifeGNU GPLYes
Realsoft 3DCommercial softwareYes
Remo 3DCommercial softwareYes
RFEMCommercial softwareYes
Rhinoceros 3DCommercial softwareYes
ScanIPCommercial softwareYes
SculptrisFreewareNo
Seamless3dMITNo
SelfCADFreemiumYes
Shade 3DCommercial softwareYes
SharkCADCommercial softwareYes
SiloCommercial softwareNo
SketchUpFreemiumYes
Solid EdgeCommercial softwareYes
solidThinkingCommercial softwareYes
SolidWorksCommercial softwareYes
SpaceClaimCommercial softwareYes
Strata 3DCommercial softwareYes
Sweet Home 3DFreewareYes
Swift 3DCommercial softwareNo
Tekla StructuresCommercial softwareNo
TrueSpaceFreewareYes
Wings 3DBSDYes
Wolfram MathematicaCommercial softwareYes
ViaCADCommercial softwareYes
ZBrushCommercial softwareYes
ZmodelerCommercial softwareYes

See also[edit]

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