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Topic: Big 3DS AR Cards Coming to Club Nintendo

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DarkLloyd

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http://www.andriasang.com/e/blog/2011/03/10/big_3ds_ar_cards/

yeah this is pretty exciting stuff :P

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TeeJay

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lol, what happens if you print out a black-and-white AR card? :o

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Kevember

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I want to get a big Zero Suit Samus card.

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DarkLloyd

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Kevember wrote:

I want to get a big Zero Suit Samus card.

yeah id be like on facebook yaeh you see this, it happen i hanged out with her :P

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RoyalBlur

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Is this even real? I can't actually see this happening.

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Moorpheel

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Well, it's simple.

The larger the card, the larger the character that comes out of it.
The 3DS cameras will think it's near, even if it's far.
It's like cheating.
You could even print one yourself and it would still work.

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neepy

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YES now I can take revenge on Mario for all the Koopas he's jumped on,Yoshi's he's betrayed
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LeasTwanteD

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Size doesn't matter to me. so i don't care much about it. Actually the smaller a card is the easier it can be stored. In my opinion at least :)

But well Corbie, you know what that means.
Time to do some AR card printing for ya! ;)

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Unca_Lz

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Interesting. Nintendo should take this idea further!

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Moorpheel

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I don't think larger cards would be worth nintendo coins/stars/status/whatever (unless they where mats or something).
Nintendo even released a free printable version of the cards you could easily print yourself in oversized proportions.

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TeeJay

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abgar wrote:

Well, it's simple.

The larger the card, the larger the character that comes out of it.
The 3DS cameras will think it's near, even if it's far.
It's like cheating.
You could even print one yourself and it would still work.

So what would happen if I printed out a black-and-white copy of a card? Would the 3DS recognize it? If so, would the figure produced be in color?

The only printers I have access to are black-and-white...well, all but one, but it's hard getting a hold of that one.

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shinesprite

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Theoretically, black and will either work, or it won't. I'm in the same boat as you tristen. Of course, if someone had something like a tablet, they wouldn't even need to print the card out.

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Moorpheel

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I don't think a black and white card would work, the system more than likely uses the color on the cards to help itsef.

And i don't think the cameras can recognize the shapes on the cards at all.
Even so, the product would always be a colored model, because thats how they are programed there.

You could always put your screen facing up or something :D

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TeeJay

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Sigh Ah...okay then.

lol @ your suggestion

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iphys

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Nice, that looks a bit bigger than a piece of paper you could print out for yourself.

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Moorpheel

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iphys wrote:

Nice, that looks a bit bigger than a piece of paper you could print out for yourself.

you could print it in parts (for lots of ink) or pay someone with a plotter (for lots of money)

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andyutd97

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I hope they make different AR cards in the future. Like you buy Mario Kart 3DS and can get a special Mario Kart AR Card.

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BrainOfSweden

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Good thing I can print up to A3+ size for free at school, and also buy more resistant paper for about 1$ each. If my teacher approves (he usually does) I can even print several meters on the UV-printer. I might create a collection of A4 and A3, and maybe a giant Mario or something while I still have the opportunity, even if I won't get a 3DS in a while (must...have...red one)

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