Frequently Asked Questions
- How does the interactivity work?
- How does 3D work?
- Can I still watch the DVD in 2D?
- What type of 3D glasses do I need to use?
- Is my old TV compatible with the anaglyph 3D on the DVD?
- I already have a 3D television, projector or PC system. Can I use Cummin’ At You 3D?
- How do I use disc #2 with Tridef software?
- I updated my Tridef software and now the “side by side” mode is missing. What can I do?
- I brought my RealD glasses home after watching Avatar. Can I use them with this DVD?
- How far should I sit from my screen for the best 3D effect?
- I can’t see the 3D effect or it gives me a headache or nausea. What should I do?
- I have a glass eye. Can I watch 3D?
How does the interactivity work?
There are two primary "tracks" on Cummin' At You 3D that allow you to play the role of either Tommy Gunn or Sindee Jennings. This also means that POV shots will be shown from the appropriate perspective.
The Cummin' At You 3D DVD will ask you many times during playback to choose what you would like to do next. The options vary from 2 to 5 selections depending on what "phase" you are currently in. Most questions involve sexual positions, group sex variations and fetishes.
It is also possible to turn on the "Adventure Randomizer" which will allow your DVD player to randomly make selections while playing. This allows you to sit back and watch a completely unique adventure for each and every viewing.
How does 3D work?
Since we have two eyes we use what is known as "binocular vision" to perceive depth and see the world in Stereoscopic 3D. The binocular vision system relies on the fact that each eye sees the world from a slightly different perspective. The brain fuses these two views together. It understands the differences and uses them to calculate distance creating our sense of depth.
Cummin' At You 3D was photographed with a specially designed 3D camera that uses two lenses to capture two slightly different perspectives equivalent to human binocular vision.
Special glasses are used when viewing Cummin' At You 3D to separate the two views and direct them to the correct eyes. The brain is then tricked into fusing these two views together and perceiving depth.
Can I still watch the DVD in 2D?
Yes. Both 2D and 3D versions are included on the DVD. If you want to switch from one to the other just press the ANGLE button on your remote control.
What type of 3D glasses do I need to use?
Cummin' At You 3D currently ships with a pair of premium red/cyan anaglyph glasses for use with the anaglyph encoding of disc #1. However disc #2 includes a side by side squashed version of the 3D content for use with other types of 3D televisions or PC systems.
Is my old TV compatible with the anaglyph 3D on the DVD?
Older color CRT televisions will work with the anaglyph version of the DVD, but LCD/Plasma/DLP screens provide better results.
I already have a 3D television, projector or PC system. Can I use Cummin’ At You 3D?
Yes. Disc #2 contains a "side by side squashed" encoding of the content that can be used with 3D TVs that accept this format (JVC GD-463D10 or Hyundai S465) or with stereoscopic DVD playback software (for example Tridef) that can drive other types stereoscopic 3D displays.
How do I use disc #2 with Tridef software?
Once you have installed and configured Tridef for your 3D display system:
1. Insert DVD disc #2 in the DVD reader of your PC.
2. Launch Tridef Media Player. (version 4.0.2 recommended)
2. Press "cancel" when prompted to choose a file.
3. Press F4 to open prompt to load a DVD
4. Select CAY3D_DISC2 DVD
5. Press the "D" key on your keyboard until Tridef says "Side by Side"
Ensure that the "3D" button in the lower right is "on" and the depth controls are set to "0" position.
I updated my Tridef software and now the “side by side” mode is missing. What can I do?
DDD dropped support for side by side inputs in Tridef 4.1 when Windows 7 was released. If you are not using Windows 7 we recommend Tridef Experience version 4.0.2 which can be downloaded here:
Version 4 supports side by side mode.
This version will work with Windows 7 but installation of DVD mpeg2 and AC3 decoders may be required.
I brought my RealD glasses home after watching Avatar. Can I use them with this DVD?
Maybe... The RealD glasses used in theatres are circular polarized. If you have a TV or display screen that uses an "Xpol" filter (JVC GD-463D10, Hyundai IT, iZ3D or Zalman) then these glasses may work. Otherwise they will have no effect.
How far should I sit from my screen for the best 3D effect?
The general rule is that the further you sit from your display the more the 3D effects will jump off the screen. We typically recommend that you site at least 2 times the the width of your display away from the display. For example, if you have a 42" screen you should sit at least 84" away.
I can’t see the 3D effect or it gives me a headache or nausea. What should I do?
There is a small percentage of the population incapable of seeing 3D depth in 3D movies. If you feel your eyes straining, start getting a headache, or feel nauseous then first try sitting further back away from the screen. If that doesn't help then you should switch to the 2D version.
I have a glass eye. Can I watch 3D?
Sorry. You will need two healthy eyes to perceive stereoscopic 3D.
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