NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review

Posted: Jan 12 2009, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:34pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker


NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
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NVIDIA unveiled NVIDIA 3D Vision at the CES 2009. NVIDIA 3D Vision is a combination of high-tech wireless glasses, a high-power IR emitter and advanced software that automatically transforms hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D experiences.
Motherboards has published a review of the NVIDIA 3D solution.
Quote from the review: "3D has finally reached a point where it is a viable and affordable solution for the gaming environment and NVIDIA has done an excellent job of taking an old idea and turning it into something that actually works... I have to tell you that my friends got sucked into playing Grid and COD WAW like mad men, and when we broke out Left 4 Dead everyone fought for a turn to play in 3D Vision on the big screen. NVIDIA really does have a fireball of a product in 3D Vision, and I feel it will only grow and grow as NVIDIA has the recourses to make others jump on the bandwagon and design games with this entire concept in mind from the start, and making it a more viable product to the end user. Even though there are a few things not perfect with NVIDIA's 3D vision I still feel it's an Editor's Choice product as when I asked most people how they would rate this new technology on a 1 through 10 scale, they said 11."
Read the full review on Motherboards.

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