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3D gaming has arrived. I tried these glasses around a friends house & they are amazing for gaming although you would need a monitor capable of showing 3D (120hz or above).
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#2
so do these work with certain 3d games?
#3
Nice, would look at a Zalman monitor as an alternative.
#4
hotyoda
so do these work with certain 3d games?


You just download the latest drivers from nvidia & away you go, Here is the link that shows supported games with grades as to how well they work in 3d (all the big companies start their 3d technology push early next year - sony, panasonic, etc).

P.S the games list is a few weeks old which is why modern warfare 2 isn't listed but it is supported.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/3D_Vision_3D_Games.html
#5
As OP stated you will need a 120Hz monitor... will not work on 99% of monitors out there

"When you figure in the cost of a decent 120Hz monitor though, things start to change from the point of view of an average consumer. As we said before, this is the really crippling blow for the 3DVision. Virtually everyone won’t have a compatible monitor because 99 percent of TFTs currently on the market are 60Hz (or 75Hz if you’re using VGA), not 120Hz. That means that if you want to actually use the 3DVision then you’re going to have to go out and buy a new screen too – and those things definitely cost more than £100. "

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2009/01/09/nvidia-geforce-3dvision-review/1
#6
Really want this but can't afford the 120hz tv to use it with!

But it is worth remembering that nVidia also have nVidia 3D Vision Discover which is the old red/blue style of 3d. That can be enabled on any modern nVidia graphics card, works pretty well but the performance drop is definatly felt.
#7
http://www.eclipsecomputers.com/product.aspx?code=MOZ-M190&af=50

Take a look at something like that. Not saying that's the best place to buy, but check out the product.
#8
Just be warned that some 200hz TV might not work with this. As they are virtual 200hz. I have been trying to find a list of compatible TVs, as the only one that they keep suggesting is the 22' Samsung which is a no no for me.

I am trying to find a 40' 1080p that could work with this.

Some of the Panasonic 600hz but how do I need whether they are any good for this or not?.

NVIDIA could publish a list with compatible monitors :x :x
#9
asandino
Just be warned that some 200hz TV might not work with this. As they are virtual 200hz. I have been trying to find a list of compatible TVs, as the only one that they keep suggesting is the 22' Samsung which is a no no for me.

I am trying to find a 40' 1080p that could work with this.

Some of the Panasonic 600hz but how do I need whether they are any good for this or not?.

NVIDIA could publish a list with compatible monitors :x :x


Panasonic will be fine as next year panasonic will be bringing full HD 3D plasma sets.
Apparently sony's wont be able to do full hd 3d and rumours of it going down to normal SD when doing 3D.
#10
Anyone remember the demo with the Elsa 3d revelator? The one where the logo came out of the screen? Anything like that out there? Just wanna see some cool demos!

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