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Thursday, January 08, 2009
CES: Nvidia Officially Announces 3D Vision - The World?s First High-Definition 3D Stereo Solution For The Home


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3D Vision is a combination of high-tech wireless glasses, a high-power IR emitter and software that automatically transforms PC games into full stereoscopic 3D experiences. Designed to work with the new pure Samsung and ViewSonic 120 Hz LCD monitors, Mitsubishi DLP HDTVs, and the DepthQ HD 3D Projector by Lightspeed Design, Inc, 3D Vision unlocks 3D stereo imagery perfect for driving new experiences in 3D gaming, 3D movies, and 3D photography.

"Along with gaming innovations in Microsoft Windows and DirectX, NVIDIA 3D Vision proves there?s never been a better time to be a PC gamer," said Corey Rosemond, group marketing manager, Windows Gaming. "By including support for previously released and upcoming Games for Windows and Games for Windows -- LIVE titles, PC gamers can expect a new level of immersion in full stereoscopic 3D, and enjoy broad support for the hottest games."

Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GPUs, 3D Vision includes:

- High-Tech, Wireless Active Shutter Glasses
Designed with top-of-the-line optics to deliver 2X the resolution per eye and ultra-wide viewing angles versus passive glasses. Fully untethered solution, offering free range of motion and up to 20 feet of wireless 3D viewing.

- USB-based, High Power IR Emitter
Transmits data directly to active shutter glasses within a 20 foot radius and contains an easy to use real-time 3D adjustment dial.

- Maximum Display Flexibility
Designed for pure ViewSonic and Samsung 120 Hz LCD monitors, Mitsubishi DLP 1080p HDTVs, and DepthQ HD 3D projectors, unlocking flicker-free stereoscopic 3D gaming for multiple viewing solutions.

- Out of the Box Game Compatibility
NVIDIA software automatically converts over 300 games to work in 3D stereo out of the box, without the need for special game patches. In addition, NVIDIA?s "The Way It?s Meant to Be Played" program ensures that future games will support 3D Vision. 3D Vision is also the only stereoscopic 3D gaming solution to fully support NVIDIA SLI, NVIDIA PhysX, and Microsoft DirectX 10 technologies.


- Extended Usability On a Single Charge
A single charge using a standard USB cable enables over 40 hours of continuous 3D stereoscopic gaming. Intelligent circuit design built into the glasses automatically shuts the glasses off after 10 minutes of inactivity to preserve battery life.

- Support for 3D Stereo Photography and Movies
Includes a free 3D Vision viewer which allows consumers to take in-game screenshots and view them in 3D stereo, or import and view stereoscopic pictures and movies from a variety of different capture sources and online web photo galleries.

3D Vision for GeForce is available starting today from U.S. e-tailers including www.compusa.com, www.tigerdirect.com, www.microcenter.com; as well as direct from www.nvidia.com for a suggested MSRP of $199 USD. Worldwide availability will be announced later, in the first quarter.


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