NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround

NVIDIA unveils 3D Vision Surround, a competitor to ATI's Eyefinity multi-monitor dealie offering a combination of multi-monitor support and 3d stereoscopic technology. The system supports three monitors in 3D using a multi-GPU setup and NVIDIA says they have software to automatically convert over 425 games to stereoscopic 3D without the need for special game patches. The system requires Windows 7 and an SLI motherboard (unless you are using a GTX 295 GPU), the full System Requirements are here. There are preview write-ups of how this all comes together on AnandTech, ExtremeTech, [H]ard-OCP, Hardware Canucks, PC Perspective, and Tom's Hardware.
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Blackhawk wrote on Jun 29, 2010, 15:30:
What was previously posted was referring to this: Nvidia 3d Vision Discover, which will let any halfway modern PC with recent drivers create an anaglyph red/blue 3d image from hundreds of games on the fly. All you need is a set of generic red/blue glasses.
To be honest, I'm still not figuring out what the hell all the hype is with 3d again. We did this 10 and 18ish odd years ago. And before that too, and it thrives for about a year then dies. I'll be happy when they figure out a 3d method that doesn't induce violent fits of vomiting.
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