AtRandom #20: NVidia 3D Vision Review

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.

John Wordsworth

All round geek and gamer with extensive experience developing for the web and mobile platforms. Having spent far too many years in education acquiring a PhD in Applied Mathematics, John is now looking to keep up the fun by developing apps and games.

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