Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision 2 New Wireless Glasses and Emitter
BETTER PC GAMING
Play over 600 PC games in 3D including the latest titles like Batman: Arkham City, Crysis 2, and L.A. Noire. Enjoy softer composite materials and better fit with gaming headsets. Get best-in-class 2D gaming with ultra-smooth 120 fps gaming on 120Hz monitors
Get up to 2x monitor and keyboard brightness with NVIDIA 3D LightBoost technology. Experience the new external light blocker that minimises the effects of overhead lighting
Try the new 27'' 3D monitors from ASUS and Acer for Full HD 1080p 3D and ghost-free image quality. Experience games more fully with 20% larger 3D lenses for an ultra wide viewing area. Get the most diverse ecosystem of content-including 3D photo sharing and browsing-on 3DVisionLive.com
Features Ultra smooth 2D Gaming up to 120fps
3D Vision monitors are not just beneficial for 3D. They deliver best in class 2D gaming with performance twice the speed of standard LCDs. Unleash ultra-clear, smooth motion 2D gaming up to 120fps and superior image with reduced motion blur, latency, and frame tearing to bring life-like reality to games and video.
Brighter 3D images with NVIDIA 3D LightBoost monitors and notebooks
NVIDIA 3D LightBoost technology combines patented 3D monitor technology and improved 3D glasses design to deliver increased monitor brightness by up to 2x and reduced 3D ghosting when 3D Vision is enabled. In addition, users get increased environment brightness allowing you to view your keyboard more easily.
Highest quality 3D solution
High tech active shutter glasses, designed with top?of?the?line optics deliver Full HD 1080p resolution per eye, best in class ghost free images, and ultra?wide viewing angles.
New gaming inspired design for the most immersive PC 3D experience
Built for PC gamers with twenty percent larger 3D lenses for a wider viewing area and increased external light blocking for total 3D immersion.
Better materials for longer gaming sessions
Softer composite materials for a more comfortable fit. Increased flexibility also ensures better fit with gaming headphones.
Play hundreds of PC games in stereoscopic 3D
Advanced NVIDIA software automatically converts over 600 standard PC games into stereoscopic 3D including top games such as Batman: Arkham City, Crysis 2, World of Warcraft, and L.A. Noire.
Maximum 3D display flexibility
Designed for use with any 3D Vision Ready displays including Desktop LCD Monitors, Notebooks, All?in?one PCs, projectors, and DLP® HDTVs.
Share your 3D photo collection online or browse through thousands of 3D pictures from other users on 3DVisionLive.com.
Wear over your prescription glasses
Wear 3D Vision glasses over corrective eyewear using adjustable nose pieces to ensure a custom fit for each user.
Adjust 3D depth adjustment
Easily adjust 3D depth in?game using keyboard hotkeys for a customizable 3D experience.
Enjoy Blu-ray 3D* playback in full HD 1080p
Experience the latest Blu ray 3D movies in the comfort of your home.
Watch videos in 3D
The included NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player lets you view your personal 3D video collection, supporting a variety of 3D movies file formats and plugins. Pair the viewer with a 3D camcorder from Fujifilm, Sony, or Panasonic and you can instantly take and view your own 3D videos in high definition, full colour, and incredible depth directly on your PC.
View high definition 3D photos
View immersive 3D pictures on your PC with the built in NVIDIA 3D Vision Photo viewer. Pair the viewer with a 3D camera from Fujifilm, Sony, or Panasonic and you can instantly take and view your own 3D photos in high definition, full colour, and incredible depth directly on your PC. In addition, you can edit and correct your 3D photos to deliver a more stunning 3D "pop?out" effect!
3D VISION 2 WIRELESS GLASSES KIT INCLUDE:
• One pair of 3D Vision 2 glasses
• One 6ft USB cable
• One 10ft USB cable
• One 3D Vision USB controller/IR emitter
• One Storage pouch
• Two nose pieces
• Quick start guide
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