Reviews and Problems with NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision
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im a big 3d fan!!
Suk W. Yu "alan", Amazon
27 May 2012
Summary: first of all i don't like movies in 3d becasuse 3d effect is too shallow. gaming is whole different you can set it high as you want. i been using 3d vision for almost 2 years and i just don't understand why some people say 3d is gimmick. i brought few friends they are not a 3d fan but after i show them they changed their mine. 3d will give you immersive experience period!!! its really hard to go back to 2d flat picture screen.
Summary: I have this connected to a Mitsubishi 65 inch 3D tv. In short, don't bother. It's extraordinarily finicky and difficult to set up, and the effect isn't particularly amazing. If you have a lot of patience and $250 burning a hole in your pocket, then go for it, but after I got it working I very quickly lost interest because it simply isn't impressive. Now I've upgraded my video card and can't get it working again.
Summary: I had been waiting for the cost of 3D ready monitors to go down some before I purchased this upgrade. I finally saw the Acer GD235HZ monitor go on sale for $309 and couldn't pass it up. My nVIDIA 3D Vision Kit arrived the same day as the monitor (sweet!) so I was able to try both out immediately. Very impressive if I say so! Way to go nVIDIA!!
Summary: I was on this trail for many months, maybe years now. I just couldn't justify spending the money for the screen, monitor stand, and 3D. I've had dual 8800GT's since i bought my Area51 a few years ago, and just figured I should use them to their potential. Wow, what a neat feature! I never thought it would be such a dramatic effect. I would recommend them for FPS and the like. Batman Arkham is a good example.
Summary: With S3D breaking out into the market starting sometime in summer 2010 i figured i would bite the bullet and purchase the tech early. not knowing what to expect from the Nvidia 3D Vision kit i purchased it on a whim and hooked it up to my Samsung 3D Ready DLP. The image i got in stunning 1080p was jaw dropping. Playing games such as Resident Evil 5 and Batman Arkham Asylum in 3D blew me away. I even came across some 3D trailers that were pretty sweet.
Summary: It is awesome! I have it working on a 100" screen with a 3D DLP projector and Panasonic 50" 3D Plasma (w/Beta 260 Drivers). The effect is Similar to IMAX - Perfect 3D on a huge screen with no artifacts or ghosting at all on the DLP, Plasma has minimal ghosting. The NVIDIA logo pops out of my 100" screen about 4 feet while watching their 3D test. The game "Just Cause 2" runs good on my GTX470 in 3D at 720P with every option at max.
Summary: I couldn't be happier with this glasses, games look awesome (not all of them) and the 3D movie samples I downloaded from NVidia's webpage look even more amazing. Pros: -It turns 2D games to 3D -Light & very well designed glasses -USB rechargeable glasses -No greenish/bluish effect when using 3D with my Mitsubishi WD-60C9 Cons: -Price -Not all games look that great, sometimes the 3D effect can confuse your view and you might get tired after playing those for a while.