More significant than the 3d is the surround vision thing IMHO. Now they are matching eyefinity from ati. (so for instance you can do 3 monitors together).
joe2tiger wrote on Jun 29, 2010, 13:50:
I wonder where I can go to get a demo of this 3d tech in action. I live in North Carolina. The CONs are always located in California sigh...
Its not the same thing, but best buy has some of the new 3d TVs in action at thier stores if you stop by and want to see the 3d TV stuff in action. They aren't shutter glasses though like the nvidia thing.
The nvidia stuff REQUIRES a "3D Vision-Ready" 120Hz HD LCD monitor to use 3d, plus a $200 set of shutter glasses.
So you are talking a number of thousands of dollars to get this working. Thats why I think the 3d thing is kinda silly. But I do like the idea of the surround multi monitor thing.
There's the list of displays that are compatible.
Looks like a 23" acer 3d LCD is under $400 (according to amazon). So it may not be quite as expensive as I thought. But I'm still not that interested in 3d yet for PC.This comment was edited on Jun 29, 2010, 15:20.