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Nvidia 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision2; Wireless Glasses Kit
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- 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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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!
What comes with the packed?
1) one 3D glasses
2) one usb infrared emmiter
3) one 3D glasses protector
4) the manual
5) the warranty
1) nVidia 3D vision video card
2) 120Hz monitor/proyector
3) Updated drivers
The glasses are well made and good quality. When you fill all the requirements, you won't see ghosting or something like that, JUST A PERFECT 3D PICTURE. There is a wheel on the emmiter that allows you to change the 3D depth in real time. Glasses are rechargeable through USB, but I wonder how you will fix it when battery dies.. I hope there is one wrist watch battery inside.
The infrared emmiter is cheap. You feel the bad quality. The button of changing to 3D mode will probably break appart so be gentile. Don't use it on frontal or low power usb connector/hub or it will never work, it looks like it require some miliampers to work. If you read -what comes with the packed-, you will notice that there is no drivers disk. You will need to download the lasted drivers for your nvidia card, and that means at least 200 MB, if you don't have an internet connection to download the drivers it will not work. There is a lot of infrared leds inside the emmiter, the glasses have to "see" the infrared light to get sincronized so it must be infront of you of if you're lucky light can bounce from a wall or something. Money, this kit is expensive, they at least need to put an effort on the emmiter quality. Back reflection: avoid light behind you, or the lens will reflected to your eyes.Read more ›
I got this for 3D gaming, not 3D movies, btw.
First of all every single game I've tried so far (except BF3) I've had to google and find a patch or mod to install to get different aspects working so the game is playable and the part that bothers me about it the most is that NVIDIA rates some of these games as "excellent" even though they are BAD until YOU go and fix it by researching, installing and modding the game files so that it becomes excellent.. Example Skyrim.. It looks great AFTER you find and install all the things you need to get it going, however its rated "excellent" ??? Really? it took me at least an hour sifting through different 3D forums/conversation threads before I found what I needed.
Oh and after a few hours just today I now know that there is absolutely no fix or resolution for the Crosshair to work in any Source game, i.e. Half-life2, or 1 for that matter. Just saying, how can it be rated "Good" by nvidia when you can't aim at anything..
To watch steaming 3D videos from the interwebs for example on YouTube you MUST use Mozilla Firefox web browser and enable HTML5 because that's the only web browser that supports it.
Also, other issues I'm having; I can't turn off the IR emitter after playing several games or after using Nvidia's picture browser unless I unplug the IR emitter, even when I do that my monitor stays lit up extra bright and my glasses stay on. When I want to use 3D I have to re-run the entire 3D set-up software which only takes a few mins but it's still BROKEN software and it seems like nvidia isn't doing much about it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It gave me a headache and I'm not really even sensitive to 3D. I have an HTC Vive / GearVR and I can wear them for hours without my eyes/head hurting. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jason Richardson
Works as expected, easy setup. I was pleased to find that stereo display works with an OpenGL-based application running on a Quadro M5000, a lower-cost Quadro card.Published 11 days ago by cqreview
Having lots of fun with this one. Too bad it requires a double link dvi cable as hdmi would have been preferred. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Tedcr
this works fine but price is bit high. not worth it if you dont have huge monitor.Published 18 days ago by Sung kim
No instruction on manual regarding physical setup. Not hard to do but it is annoying that such an expensive item doesn't have one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Justin Chia
Need anaglyph 3d glasses to use,
even with an nvidia pc this is trash
Paired these with some acer 3d monitors... they worked awesome, it looked amazing... then the base stopped working. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. Spicher