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Nvidia 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision2; Wireless Glasses Kit
- Infrared Receiver: Receive signal between 1.5 and 15 feet
- NVIDIA Backlit Button: 3D Vision on/off
- USB 2.0 Mini-B: Connect to the PC for enabling 3D Vision
- VESA Stereo Cable Port: For use with DLP HDTVs and Quadro GPUs only
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NVIDIA 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision 2 Wireless Glasses Kit. Infrared Receiver: Receive signal between 1.5 and 15 feet.
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On the other hand... once it actually worked and I witnessed stereographic 3D for the first time... well, it is my new best friend!!! I just watched Avatar 3D on my 90" projection screen using the NVIDIA 3D Vision and a compatible projector and WOW... just WOW! I had no idea 3D tech has come this far!!
My only other complaint is the price. Also, extra sets of glasses are very expensive as well.
UPDATE*** Windows 7 did an update and auto restarted my computer. Guess what? Yep, the 3D emitter isn't working anymore. I cannot enable the 3D now. I am back to my 3D Vision installation woes... been working on it for hours now. SUPER ANNOYING.
UPDATE2** Solved my problems with a registry hack. For those of you having the same issues, change the value to the registry key below from 0 to 1. (key location may differ from OS to OS) This tricks the 3DVision program into skipping the 3D setup, where my problems occur. Works great now!
Now that I have a gaming monitor (144hz) I bought this kit to get back into 3D gaming.
Installation was effortless, everything worked out of the box. I didn't even need to install the stuff on the CDs. My current nvidia drivers detected and activated the 3D kit immediately.
I use these almost exclusively with Elite Dangerous and Eurotruck Simulator. These, with TrackIR, makes it almost like VR, except that you're not shut off from the outside world and you see things in 3D plus head-tracking.
Edit 18 July 2017 - I'm impressed at the battery life of the glasses. It lasted almost 1 month (29 days) of use! My usage is usually around 2 to 4 hours a day. Weekends it's more, maybe 6 hours or so.
This is how it works:
1) You have a reasonably new (like in the last five years) nVidia GPU in a desktop PC
2) You have a nVidia 3D compatible monitor (I've heard that it will work with any monitor that does 120Hz or higher, but I've only tested it with monitors that advertise their compatibility with 3D vision-- Acer has a 24 inch 144Hz monitor that's compatible for like $200).
3) You plug this thing in.
4) You go into nVidia Control Panel (right click on the desktop) and enable stereoscopic 3D.
After a very simple setup, you have a 3D PC. That's it.
Do note, however, that I said "desktop PC." Unless your laptop has a 120Hz display, or has the ability to output to an external monitor at 120Hz, this isn't going to work. (The laptop I am replacing is a gaming monster with 3D Vision built in-- but it only works on the laptop's display, I can't output at 120Hz.)
The advertised list of games that this is compatible with is incomplete-- it's been my experience that this works with just about any game that uses 3d acceleration-- even older games and games that aren't first person shooters. If the folks behing Oculus or Vive could figure out how to do the same thing, that technology would be everywhere. Some of the games that I've been able to play with this technology:
Portal 1 & 2
World of Warcraft (Cataclysm, I think)
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
Command and Conquer: Generals
I've found that there are two areas where it can go wrong-- the first is that, for some reason, water may not look right in some games. And every once in a while something gets "too close to the viewer" and goes crosseyed. But these are rare; with most games it's flawless.
Another drawback-- the glasses require line of site with the transmitter. This makes sense, as the active shutter technology requires being synced with the PC. But it can be kind of jarring when you scratch your face or turn your head and all of a sudden the glasses turn off. I've seen people unhappy about the amount of light you lose-- basically 50%, but some displays have lightboost when doing 3d, and although mine didn't, my eyes adjusted pretty quickly.
Of course, this also works with 3D Blu Ray (with the right player), as well as any SBS 3D you find online (with nVidia's player). I was collecting 3D Blu Rays for three years before I bought a 3D TV.
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You MUST have a compatible DLP Monitor AND Video card ( Nvidia Quadro ) or it will not work!