Sure, it's pedantic of me to hate it being called 3D, but it's a gimmicky misrepresentation of what's happening, kind of like the crap that AT&T pulled. From an advertising aspect, this type of display is useless unless your audience only ever stands at the sweet spot. So if you put it at a wide open corner, it'll just look funny to most passing through. It's a novelty. Cool for an amusement park ride on rails, though.I mean, neither was the sprite scaling in early Sega AM2 titles, but it felt real enough. Does it really matter?