Nvidia is officially on the 3D Blu-ray bandwagon.
During a press conference earlier today, Nvidia laid out new plans for its 3D Vision technology. 3D Vision went on sale earlier this year, but it was only usable with gaming, and only certain titles within that realm. Now, Nvidia is bringing this tech to the movies, and every Nvidia GPU that works with the current 3D Vision setup will be able to handle 3D Blu-ray functionality.
According to Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, companies including Acer, Samsung and LG will be releasing 3D compatible LCD monitors in the near future. For the mobile crowd, Huang also re-confirmed 3D Vision-capable laptops from Clevo, Asus and MSI.
We should have a more intimate look at the latest in 3D Vision from Nvidia later today. In the meantime, check out the rest of our CES-related coverage. More on CES 2010.
Get some GPUs out nVidia!
Getting your 3D glasses from Nvidia seems pretty iffy tho. They don't play well with others.... and there's neutral alternatives like XpanD.
I do hope I can play my PC Games in 3D at a large screen this year.
On a side note, also the PS3 has enough ressources to deliver a full 3D experience. Check this out:
Cool that the Nvidia 3D solution drops 50% fps when you can have the same headache experience without :)
(your whole life is in 3D)