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Offline JonLeung

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3DNES - Turning NES games 3D
« on: June 30, 2016, 06:04:31 pm »
Interesting emulator that interprets game assets into 3D.  As I expected when I first saw this, it requires work on a user's part to correct the 3D interpretations of sprites and background elements but in the end, it's quite possible to 3Dify a number of games well.

Offline TerraEsperZ

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Re: 3DNES - Turning NES games 3D
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2016, 08:29:20 pm »
I remember seeing this process a number of months ago, and the major flaw seemed to be how the emulator was trying to determine the shapes and depth all by itself. But if the user can create some presets so that some elements always appear the same way, then the concept becomes a lot more usable in addition to looking a lot better.
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Offline StarFighters76

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Re: 3DNES - Turning NES games 3D
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2016, 09:12:37 am »
Looks interesting.
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Re: 3DNES - Turning NES games 3D
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2018, 05:23:14 am »
 My NES keeps turning on and off?
I just bought an NES fromKeto Slim DietKetozinRapid Tone Keto Diet  ebay. When I plugged it on, it kept turning on and off. It didn't flicker on and off, it just turn on and off at a steady pace. I tried a different power adapter, but that didn't work. I opened it up several times and looked for any broken wires, but there wasn't any. What should I do?
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Offline Grizzly

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Re: 3DNES - Turning NES games 3D
« Reply #4 on: October 15, 2018, 07:55:31 am »
Turning on and off at a steady pace could be the result of a bad capacitor. They can be replaced with a new one easily most of the time: