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You know how you can make your games 3d with the blue/red.
do you know if theres anyway to change it to the green/magenta??

cause i dont have the red/blue glasses...
thanks.
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wat? you need special equipment for nvidia 3d... not just glasses (of any colour)
    
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theres 2 kinds of 3D.
I'm talking about the anaglygraph 3D. you can do this with Nvidia 3d Vision.
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I don't think you can do that with Nvidia 3D Discover. I am pretty sure you can do that with iz3d though. Check that out if you want. When I tried it, personally I think I liked it a bit better than 3D Discover.
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I don't think you can do that with Nvidia 3D Discover. I am pretty sure you can do that with iz3d though. Check that out if you want. When I tried it, personally I think I liked it a bit better than 3D Discover.
Thanks! this worked.
the only problem with the colored 3d is the colored part, sure its 3d, but all the colors are off haha
post #6 of 10
you can get 3d discover glasses for $3 on ebay lol
post #7 of 10
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The other solution worked wonders.
Now im just contemplating whether its worth buying a 3dmonitor/nvidia vision set haha.

do you guys know if i have that stuff, if it will make movies 3d, or maybe I can download the 3d versions, like Avatar?
post #8 of 10
it will add 3d effect to movies if you have the correct player...

and if you put in a 3d blueray.. it will work in 3d....

it is mainly for games though....

more then any thing else
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Thanks! this worked.
the only problem with the colored 3d is the colored part, sure its 3d, but all the colors are off haha
You're welcome! Ya, color reproduction kinda stinks with anaglyph, although that is to be expected
I like to use the optimized red/cyan mode. Less retinal rivalry and fewer headaches, although the color reproduction will die in some games, but it is still nice.

3D Vision is mostly meant for games, should work with 3d blu-rays and the right player. It is quite costly to get though, but it might be worth it if you really like 3d and want to colors as well.
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i have it... you need a good graphics solution. got a gtx 580 here that works well.
    
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