NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision

NVIDIA Takes Video Games Into 3D on BusinessWeek takes a look at NVIDIA's GeForce 3D Vision, new stereoscopic technology being introduced by NVIDIA using wireless shutter glasses and NVIDIA accelerators. Unlike previous such glasses these will offer stereo by alternating between eyes, offering 60 FPS for each, which means this set-up will require specific LCD monitors that support a 120 Hz refresh rate or a 3D-ready DLP television. The glasses have an MSRP of $199.00, not counting the monitor or video card, and there are articles about this on AnandTech, Benchmark Reviews, Bjorn3d, Elite Bastards, HotHardware, nV News, and Overclockers Club.
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COME ON. I've seen demo's of 3d monitors that DONT require glasses, where are they!?!! I had a pair of the 'ED 3D' shutter glasses early in the decade, it did work but A: after about 10 minutes my eyes got very tired B: It slowed the frame rate down calculating 2 versions of the frame. GIMMICK.
The ONLY way this will work is without glasses and the technology is there so whats the freekin delay..
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