Nvidia has launched an online community website focused on 3D content sharing.
Tuesday Nvidia revealed a new online community for its 3D Vision customers now located at 3DVisionLive.com. The site features an intuitive user interface using high-performance photo and video management engines powered by Phereo and Fordela. Users can upload, share, rate and view full-resolution 3D photos while streaming 3D movies and videos to any desktop or notebook web browser.
"The goal of 3DVisionLive.com is to create an online community where users can experience the best applications and content for 3D PCs," said Phil Eisler, general manager of 3D Vision. "Now photo and video professionals and enthusiasts will see the future of their profession or passion in 3D with an easy-to-use website."
Nvidia indicated that the 3D social website isn't a closed community, allowing users to share their 3D images with family and friends. This means that images can be viewed in both 3D Vision mode and anaglyph (blue/red) mode, the latter of which is geared for viewers who have yet to upgrade to Nvidia's 3D tech (3D Vision images and videos won't appear on non-3D Vision powered screens). Those without Nvidia's tech can pick up a pair of blue/red glasses at Toys'R'Us and other retail outlets.
Nvidia said it will showcase 3DVisionLive.com at CES 2011 this week. The company will also be announcing and demonstrating a number of new 3D Vision-equipped products including the ASUS ET2400XVT All-In-One PC which features a 23.6-inch Full HD multi-touch display, a Blu-ray drive, the tasty GeForce GTX 460M GPU and more.