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Hardware Nvidia launches 3D Vision Live

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by arcticstoat, 5 Jan 2011.

  1. arcticstoat

    arcticstoat New Member

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    cardboard and sweet wrappers Cheesecake!
     
  3. FelixTech

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    Gareth 1 - 2011 0
     
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    Sounds like they're trying to force consumer adoption, which won't work...

    Once displays that don't require glasses reach saturation, and image formats allow a browser to detect if you have a 3d or 2d display and output it correctly, then people will be sharing their 3d content (and I'd imagine more people have 3d displays than devices to take 3d pictures or videos) through normal social networking channels..
     
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    IvanIvanovich будет глотать вашу душу.

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    i won't be interested in 3d until the arrival of the holodeck.
     
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    I have 3D on a couple of PCs and despite installing the latest Nvidia BETA 3D drivers as recccomended it is still only working in anaglyphic mode.
     
  7. frontline

    frontline Punish Your Machine

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    3D won't take off until Nvidia get into the p0rn business.
     
  8. memeroot

    memeroot aged and experianced

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    will try out later - 3d vision has in the past been a pain online
     
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    Tigertop1... You do realise that you need to have 3d Vision Glasses, a 3d Vision compatible graphics card & a 3d capable monitor (120hz) in order to see 3d vision properly ?
    You dont just install drivers & expect everthing to be in 3d ?
     
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    I will only be interested in 3D technology when I don't have to wear glasse
     
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    Im with you on that one, especially when a load of people are round and you wanna put on a film, glasses just aren't practical.

    Im sure as the technology develops though things will improve
     
  12. V3ctor

    V3ctor Tech addict...

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    No 3D thanks... Stop making me buy that crap!
     
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    It is just too Nvidia branded for it to become a serious hub IMHO.

    They should have made a sleek 3DVision hub withoug Nvidia everywhere and then put some ads on there in strategic places.
     
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    Not that all that has been around since 1999 :D
     
  15. Woodspoon

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    More pointless 3D crap
    Stop it now, give up, no one cares
    People are still catching up buying bluray and HD let alone another new system that WILL be outdated in a few years.
     
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    Well it all works now after a bit of tinkering The videos vary greatly in quality but the Submersible video feature is as good as a 3D Blu-Ray for clarity and depth of vision. Have had 3D now for over 6 months and no problem with the 3D emitter glasses or the anaglyphic ones. The future of this technique may be limited if Toshiba can perfect and market their version which reportedly does not require glasses. That will be very expensive and is prbably a few years away in UK market terms. Meanwhile I am enjoying both the challenge of refining the experience and seeing some of the better stuff now coming through. Happy viewing fellow 3D fans.
     
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