NVIDIA pumping 3D tech at CES

Posted on Thursday, January 07 2010 @ 14:43 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA send out a press bulletin with some details about the 3D technology the company will be presenting at CES 2010 this week.
On display in the booth, NVIDIA is demonstrating 3D Vision technology running on:

-- Desktop PCs using new 3D Vision-Ready, 1080p, 120Hz LCD panels from leading display companies, including Acer, Alienware, and others.

-- New 3D-Vision-ready notebooks from leading notebook manufacturers, all equipped with new state-of-the-art 120Hz 3D capable displays.

-- NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, the world's first consumer, multi-display 3D solution which allows users to span 3D content across 3 high definition monitors or projectors for a truly breathtaking and immersive gaming experience! NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround does for 3D PC gaming just like what IMAX(R) 3D does for movies.

In addition to the great 3D hardware, there is also a ton of cool, compelling content on display, all viewed in 3D when used with the 3D Vision active-shutter glasses. Of note:

-- New Blu-ray 3D software players, including Arsoft's TotalMedia Theatre 3 and Cyberlink's PowerDVD Ultra

-- Blu-ray 3D content, including 3D movie trailers for Disney's "Toy Story 3," "A Christmas Carol," "Alice in Wonderland," and more.

-- The hottest PC games running in full 1080p stereoscopic 3D, including James Cameron's Avatar: The Game, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Dark Void, Just Cause 2, Need for Speed: Shift, and more.
Additionally, the company also reveals YouTube will soon get 3D support:
-- The world's first sneak peek of YouTube 3D, running on a 3D technology demonstration version of the Adobe(R) Flash(R) Player software that is viewable with NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses in full color.

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