NVIDIA 3D Vision: Blu-Ray, Cameras, Projectors, and HDTV
I’m still a fan of 3D stuff. I think that the big thing will be that content creaters need to create good content in order to make it take off. Here’s a look at what Nvidia is doing on the hardware side of things.
But 3D gaming was just a foot in the door for NVIDIA’s 3D Vision
product line. NVIDIA wants you to see 3D in still photographs, in
YouTube movies on your web browser, and on your 3D-capable television
in content from forthcoming 3D Blu-ray disks. They want 3D on gaming notebooks
and it wouldn’t surprise me if new generations of their Tegra mobile
graphics products supported it some day, too. NVIDIA calls this the "3D
Revolution", and they aim to be at the forefront of it.
In 2010, NVIDIA is planning to extend their 3D Vision technology into still photos, the web experience, gaming laptops, and upcoming 3D televisions. Benchmark Reviews recently attended an NVIDIA one-on-one briefing on these new technologies, which will be formally announced at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show.