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Wednesday, 07 January 2009 10:41

Nvidia to fully unveil GeForce Stereoscopic 3D at CES

Written by Fudzilla staff

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New active shutter glasses

 

Nvidia is proud to announce that CES 2009 will be the first place where the company will reveal its new custom engineered Stereoscopic 3D active shutter glasses.

In August 2008, the stereoscopic 3D technology concept was originally introduced at NVISION, the company's massive visual computing mega-event.  However, The glasses used at the event were only prototypes and had to be connected to an infra red receiver by a small wire.  Additionally, Nvidia confessed that the 3D driver support had not been optimal due to a lack of quality 3D-capable displays on the market.

With past excuses set aside, Nvidia is finally set to fully unveil its exciting new concept in less than 48 hours and we are looking forward to reporting a hands-on experience shortly.


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