NVIDIA Unveils 3DTV Play for Big Screen Gaming
"Stepping up its presence in 3D gaming, NVIDIA is now bringing the technology right into your living room with the launch of its state-of-the-art new 3D HDTV."
Published: 17th March 2010 | Source: NVIDIA |
NVIDIA is among the better known manufacturers when it comes to computer graphics and gaming cards and its 3D gaming technology is a preferred choice for many. Stepping up its presence in 3D gaming, the company is now bringing the technology right into your living room with the launch of its state-of-the-art new 3D HDTV.
Dubbed NVIDIA 3DTV Play, the new technology is a special software solution that consumers can use to connect their GeForce GPU-based notebooks and desktops to the new generation of 3D TVs that were shown at CES earlier this year. The only requirement is that the notebook or desktop should have HDMI or DVI ports for connecting with the 3D TVs. Once connected, they can enjoy gaming at 1080p24, 720p60 and 720p50 3D formats.
Some of the most popular games including World of Warcraft – Wrath of the Lich King, Battlefield Bad Company 2, and Avatar: The Game support NVIDIA 3D Vision. While NVIDIA will be providing the software free of cost for its current 3D Vision customers when it becomes available later this year, new users will have to pay $39.99 for the solution.
Additionally, NVIDIA has also tied up with Panasonic for the “Panasonic Touch the Future Tour”, which will promote the new 3D technology from coast-to-coast in the US.
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