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I wonder what blood splatters look like in 3d. I bet Bioshock and Fallout 3 are hilarious.
post #22 of 47
3D glasses? Really? This isn't the 1980s anymore Nvidia, the dream was killed off in the early 90s and for good reason, its a horrible idea.

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The monitors have supremely narrow viewing angles, the glasses will allow full 3D to anybody in the room... I wonder if it will work with all those new 120Hz HDTV's.

edit:

begins to think his friend was not so silly for running on about 120hz LCDs...
"120hz" TVs don't accept a 120hz input, instead they butcher whatever they're fed by interpolating the extra frames, and yes, the result is as horrible as it sounds. Yay, for movies that look like they're shot with a handicam.
Edited by brain_stew - 12/16/08 at 6:53am
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Those are just cheap shutter glasses! I have some and paid $20 for them!
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"120hz" TVs don't accept a 120hz input, instead they butcher whatever they're fed by interpolating the extra frames, and yes, the result is as horrible as it sounds. Yay, for movies that look like they're shot with a handicam.
Yeah, I've been doing some reading and arrived at this point... Damn shame that a TV capable of displaying 120hz won't accept it as input. Of course, I couldn't find anywhere if 1080P at 120hz was even a standard supported by HDMI.

I imagine if a television has a DVI input it might stand a better chance. :shrug:

I completely disagree about the 3D glasses thing though. I'd gladly sport a pair of the goofiest damn glasses you can hand me if it gives me the impression that the foliage is really right in front of my face, and those distant mountains are in fact distant.
    
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post #25 of 47
i'll let this tech mature for a couple of years.

by that time the monitors will be cheaper, and so will the glasses.

i love how it works for ALL 3D games. OH MAN there are some old ones that i wanna try with this. >:3
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3D glasses? Really? This isn't the 1980s anymore Nvidia, the dream was killed off in the early 90s and for good reason, its a horrible idea.



"120hz" TVs don't accept a 120hz input, instead they butcher whatever they're fed by interpolating the extra frames, and yes, the result is as horrible as it sounds. Yay, for movies that look like they're shot with a handicam.
Wrong, my Mitsu 65735 65" DLP is fully 120hz capable but only though the PC input. It is specifically advertised as being 3D ready.

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Originally Posted by RonindeBeatrice View Post
Yeah, I've been doing some reading and arrived at this point... Damn shame that a TV capable of displaying 120hz won't accept it as input. Of course, I couldn't find anywhere if 1080P at 120hz was even a standard supported by HDMI.

I imagine if a television has a DVI input it might stand a better chance. :shrug:

I completely disagree about the 3D glasses thing though. I'd gladly sport a pair of the goofiest damn glasses you can hand me if it gives me the impression that the foliage is really right in front of my face, and those distant mountains are in fact distant.
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post #27 of 47
Ha.... another development resulting from the takeover of 3DFX.


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3D glasses? Really? This isn't the 1980s anymore Nvidia, the dream was killed off in the early 90s and for good reason, its a horrible idea.
It wasn't a horrible idea. It was poor quailty due to limited implementation and hardware/software limitations.

How is GOOD 3D gaming not better than 2D?
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Ha.... another development resulting from the takeover of 3DFX.



It wasn't a horrible idea. It was poor quailty due to limited implementation and hardware/software limitations.

How is GOOD 3D gaming not better than 2D?
So long as there is a requirement for goofy looking goggles, 3D gaming will be going nowhere. The fact that you need a brand new (as yet unreleased) LCD and a videocard (well make that cards) capable of a constant 120fps in modern games, only helps to put even more nails in its coffin.
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So long as there is a requirement for goofy looking goggles, 3D gaming will be going nowhere. The fact that you need a brand new (as yet unreleased) LCD and a videocard (well make that cards) capable of a constant 120fps in modern games, only helps to put even more nails in its coffin.
I game on my own. I'm not going to be entering any beauty competitions with these glasses. Who gives a rats if it is geeky or not, that stigma hasn't nailed us down so far.
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It is more likely that this technology will lead to a strong market for adult 'games' on the PC. As a gaming enhancer, I don't know how well it'll do.
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