Maximum PC takes a closer look at NVIDIA's new stereographic 3D tech which can turn just about any game into 3D if you have the right hardware.
Q: How does the current generation of stereoscopic 3D tech differ from what gamers saw 5 years ago?
AF: You no longer have to crank that little handle on the glasses. Just kidding. The new software technology we are working on has come a long way. Today our driver supports NVIDIA SLI, GeForce 8 series, Windows Vista, and DirectX 10. So it’s a cutting edge, terrific gaming platform to start with.
Our driver now supports the latest Zalman Trimon 3D Ready displays and will add support for new 3D Ready displays (ViewSonic and Mitsubishi) working with our new 3D glasses laster this year. The underlying technology works the same, but the experience has improved with support for more games, more graphics cards, and new hardware.