- Model Number: 942-10864-0003-100
NVIDIA 3D Vision Glasses, Wired
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- Advanced NVIDIA software automatically converts standard PC games to stereoscopic 3D.
- High tech active shutter glasses, designed with top-of-the-line optics deliver Full HD resolution per eye and ultra-wide viewing angles.
- Unlocks crystal-clear, flicker-free stereoscopic 3D gaming, photos, videos, and websites.
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I use a Nvidia GTX580 with a BenQ XL2420T Professional Gaming Monitor.
The only negative things I can think of is for the first 10-20 minutes of using it it did give me a headache but I got used to it real quick. In FPS games if you stare at your gun you can sometimes see a little ghosting. In MMO games like WoW where you are in 3rd person if you run past a tree and your camera zooms in it feels like I am diving straight down in an airplane. lol but I rarely had problems with those, so I rate it an easy 5/5 for a mind-blowing experience.
I can't believe people say stereo3d sucks and is dead, I think it is pure genius and sucks you into the game on a whole new level.
Edit 03/25/2014: I used these to watch Avatar 3D Blu-Ray on my Nvidia 3D vision monitor and it looks amazing!
I've also used them to play these games in 3D, and they all look good: World of Warcraft, Starcraft II, Diablo III, Path of Exile, Flight Simulator X (FSX has rendering issues with lights, best to fly during the day when using 3D)
Was disappointed I couldn't purchase a pair for my grandson; he doesn't have the computer requirements/capability to use them.
The Nvidia glasses not only looked better - they worked as advertized (and even at this moment are cheaper than the first product I tried).
Granted I only have tried two games at this point (ME2 and Crysis 2) - but they looked great! I am sold.
Have an Asus 3D laptop from amazon.com that came with 3D wireless glasses that have to be constantly charged. There are no freedom of movement issues with the wired glasses while watching a 3D game or 3D movie other the length of the cord for the wired glasses. The wireless glasses are a pain in the ass with the constant need for charging. There is less under the eyes flicker with the wired glasses. The wireless glasses on occasion have to be turned back on because they turn off for no reason.
If my Asus 3D laptop came with a choice of glasses I would opt for the wired glasses knowing what I know now.
Have bought all the 3D movies out there from amazon.com
Laptops should go to the next level 3D without any glasses, just a switch to turn on to see 3D content. But who owns a 3D laptop at over $2,300.oo. I do.
Also, USB beats the crap out of wireless for most users.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are awesome! The only con I can think of is they aren't wireless. These things work flawlessly and make the first time 3d experience something to love. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joshua Price
Acceptable switching glasses for the nVidia 3d process, way cheaper than the wireless ones. For as much as they'll get used by me, they're fine. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robin D
They work really good!! Mind blowing 3D !
I would highly suggest these over the wireless one !
The glasses work. There is nothing much more to say with that, the 3d is great if you own a proper monitor and own a NVidia card to use it.. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Corey C Deschamps
It took GTA5 to really get me to finally appreciate owning these. They are still somewhat gimmicky and an hour of gaming in these does hurt the heat and eyes but every once and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by RJT378
I didn't get the one I use from amazon, I actually am using a wireless version of these. I do have to say the 3D produced by these active shutter glasses is by far better than any... Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. M. Darwin
These are ok, but they are very snug and due to that, you'll end up with a headache. If they fit a little looser or offered adjustment besides the nose piece, they might be better. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jim Clinton