I just read through this thread and saw some questions unanswered. First let me get my question out the way.
Why in earth's name did you buy 3D Vision? There are way cheeper solutions.
The iz3D monitor uses 2 physical screens and uses the polorized 3D method just like you would see being used in a movie theater with those plastic glasses. Me i don't have an iz3D monitor but I do have a 60" 3D ready DLP. Now I do use the iz3D drivers and they are free for ATI radeon owners for the DLP 3D format, and aslo free for anaglyph output. Otherwise it would throw you back $50 for the drivers. Now the glasses I am using are from http://www.edimentional.com
and are made for the DLP's yes it may be a 60Hzt refresh rate but at $800 (now) can't beat it especially over the $300 22" 120Hzt monitors. Nvidia is just trying to force people to buy certain products IMO. I am no ATI fanboy but am a hardcore 3D fanatic. I had a 9800GTX+ before I upgraded to my 5850. Anyways back on topic, the glasses cost me $150 for 2 pairs and also came with 2D-3D conversion software (Tridef) and the wireless dongle. Now if you had a choice today to pick 1 pair of glasses for $200 or 2 pairs with the conversion software for $150, extra pairs at $50 instead of $150 I belive, which would you choose? Tough decision? I thought so. I can convert any movie I have into 3D mind you it has no popout because the movie was not formatted in 3D but has alot of depth. Also for 3D movie viewing you would need to download and buy stereoscopic player: http://www.3dtv.at/Products/Player/Index_en.aspx
costs $50 but you can get it for cheeper $25 from the iz3D store, I did. I have all the newer releases from My Bloody Valentine to Coroline all in perfect 3D. Some movies can be bought here: http://www.3d-geek.net/
Sorry if this post seems like I am bashing you all that own the 3D vision kit, but I am PO'ed at Nvidia for doing what they did with it. If they made the kit cheeper and the extra pair of glasses cheeper then I would have no flame. But it would take alot of $$ to buy glasses for you family to enjoy, and probably not worth it to buy if you have kids, uless you feel like buying another pair in case they break one. One thing I am def waiting on is for iz3D to support DX11 in thier upcoming driver realese which is supposed to be released next month, just in time for BF BC2. I am subbed to this thread as I hope to learn and maybe help other 3D enthusiasts. Oh I almost forgot, Have any of you guys played the Avatar game? If so how does the 3D Vision work with the games native 3D support? That game is one hell of a game I love it, and would def recommend it.
Yah finally done!