NVidia 3D vision is a 3-part setup which provides a mechanism for displaying 3D gaming and media content from your PC through a compatible monitor. The AtRandom team have got their grubby paws on some NVidia 3D Vision 2 gear and give you a full and in-depth review in their usual friendly way.
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NVidia’s 3D Vision technology provides home users a way of watching and engaging with 3D content from their gaming PC. While Active Shutter glasses are the more expensive option, they provide content at it’s full-resolution, by providing each eye with 60 frames a second from a 120Hz monitor instead of providing a half-resolution solution like passive glasses do when coupled with a 3D screen.
We talk about our experiences with the NVidia 3D Vision 2 Kit used with a Benq XL2420T and a single GeForce GTX570 Nvidia graphics card.