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lunedì 25 ottobre 2010

Nvidia Releases 3DTV Play Software

Now consumers can connect their 3D Vision-ready desktops and laptops to a 3DTV.
Nvidia Announced Thoursday that its Nvidia 3DTV Play software is now available for Nvidia 3D Vision-enabled desktops and notebooks. The software will allow users to connect their rigs to HDMI 1.4 3D HDTVs "for the ultimate high-definition, big-screen entertainment experience."
The software can be acquired in a variety ways—as a free upgrade to current Nvidia 3D Vision PCs via the latest Release 260 GeForce desktop drivers and Release 260 Verde Notebooks drivers, and as part of pre-configured PCs and notebooks including models from Dell, ASRock, Zotec and more. Consumers can also purchase the software in November as an upgrade for existing PCs with GeForce GPUs and windows7.
"3D Games, video and photos on a big screen 3D HDTV is an amazing experience," said Phil Eisler, general manager of 3D Vision at NVIDIA. "GeForce PCs with 3DTV Play software enable users to play nearly 500 games on a 3D TV. That's far more than any other platform."
In addition to native HDMI 1.4 support, Nvidia’s software package is compatible with 3D glasses from all major TV manufacturers. "With the addition of compatible playback software and A/V receivers,
Nvidia Fermi architecture-based GeForce GPUs users can experience HD 24-bit multi-channel audio at up to 192 KHz, or lossless DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD audio bit streaming," the company added.
Nvidia has uploaded a list of 3D HDTVs and A/V receivers that are compatible with the new Nvidia 3DTV Play software which can be accessed here. Additionally, Dell announced ane family of XPS DELL LAPTOPS that come bundled with Nvidia’s software, allowing owners to watch 3D Blu-ray movies, play 3D games, and browse 3D photos and more by connecting to a 3D HDTV.

23 commenti:

  1. this is some amazing stuff.

    if only I had a 3d monitor, as I've got a gfx capable for it - video games in 3d?! nuts.

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  2. Nice! If only i didn't get dizzy by the 3D effects

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  3. Man if only I could afford a 3d monitor... oh well, I'll live without one

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  4. wow,that is really amazing. The market for 3D media is growing pretty fast.

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  5. I wonder what a 2D game like Super Mario Bros. would look like on a 3D TV...

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  6. Awesome!!!

    And McKraken, if someone did that the world would implode.

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  7. lol yea i wonder the same thing

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  8. its cool but its a little much. i feel like id get a headache quickly

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  9. I'm not a big fan of Nvidia but regardless it's amazing to see the 3D market growing and how the video card producers are keeping up.

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  10. although its something my mom would say, think of ten years from now...

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  11. I say some 3D TV's at Best Buy... they look pretty cool, but they're so expensive :(

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  12. Dude, my GRANDPA has a 3D monitor and I dont :C

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  13. Right on man. Reppin an 8800 GTS Superclocked right now. Renders everything :O

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  14. this is a pretty sick blog post

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  15. Woow
    I'll buy a ner computer, i really need it.

    Nice post

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  16. 3d sounds kind of meh, but whatever. awesome blog, you got a new follower.

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  17. I wanna try this with wow :3

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