NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review :: NVIDIA 3D Vision Hardware

01-11-2009 · Category: Hardware - Misc

By Doc Overclock

NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review

These are some shots of the box and the glasses as they come in the retail package, I believe this will also be what the package you will be buying when it hits the retail shelves.


NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review

In the shot above you can see all the cables and driver CDs that come inside the retail box, the USB cables can be use to connect to either your 120Hz LCD Monitor or the S-Video connection to your TV. The glasses are also charged off the USB port of your PC.


NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review

The glasses are made of a plastic polymer with dark lenses that translate the information to each one of your eyes. They come with an additional nose piece if you happen to have a small nose that the standard fit might slip off of during gaming.


NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review

The glasses connect via an included USB cable and are turned on by pushing a button on the side of the glasses that turns green when turned on. The glasses stay powered for almost ten hours of game play before needing a recharge.


NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review

Above you see the IR or infrared communication box that constantly updates the glasses to the game you are playing on your PC. This unit also connects via another USB cable that provides power to the unit. On the back of the IR unit is a scroll knob for the depth amount of the 3D immersion. You use this knob to either pull in an image or create more 3D depth to the game environment.