RipTen: Are you like me or one of countless other 3D PC gamers that wishes someone other than your family and friends could see all your awesome 3D images and gameplay!? Well wish no longer!!
It's not even that expensive - well worth the $179 if you're a PC gamer with a decent rig.
Damn that scheap!
Nice! Love to see tech get better.
Glasses? What is this? 2010?
My mom loves 3D. Lol, 3D gaming rocks I loved it at E3.
love the picture
how are those kids playing in 3D on an xbox 360, it only has 1.2 HDMI when 3D is hdmi 1.4 unless their on a pc with gamepads which makes them noobs
"unless their on a pc with gamepads which makes them noobs" How playing on a PC with a gamepad make someone noob?
fps mean anything to you
could there be such thing as a 3d mod??
Sorta, You can get "iz3d" which uses Direct X models in games and makes them 3D on the screen. You can try it free with anaglyph (red/cyan, amber/blue or red/green 3D glasses).
doesn't the ps3 do this well with the shutter glasses? or are this and that two different things -did not read article-
They are two different things. Sorry i didnt make it clear. The 3D "mod" is for PC only. http://www.iz3d.com/ If you have a decent graphics card it should work. From my personal experience, I can say that the CoD games on PC with the driver enabled looks awesome. Especially WaW Zombies. The guts and blood come flying all over you. :) All the article is is like a server where 3D clips and screenshots are uploaded to so you can see a community's point of view.
ah i see. the ps3 in terms of 3D can use the shutter glasses to make two seperate screens for split screen gameplay for both players thats what i confused this with
It was recently revealed in a patent that Sony have filed for it using their 3D glasses. It is yet to become a reality which will be freaking awesome if it happens.
I want one
So if I hook up my PC to my new Panasonic 3D HDTV will this work or does it only work with Nvidia's 3D tech?
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