I've used it; 3D vision, and was not impressed. It's cool in some games, but is not comfortable for long stretches. It's worthless for any competitive online multiplayer games as it's a hindrance in those games.
The image looks dark and washed out, in many titles the 3D is way overdone.
There really isn't much fiddling you can do. You can basically adjust the depth, which either dramatizes or diminishes the effect of jump-out. The other issue is in some games the effect is way over-done, like it is in some movies, every bloody thing is jumping out of the screen - overkill.
World of Warcraft was one of the games I found to be the best suited and a game I thought really benefited from 3D. Even the UI worked well with it, something I found was often a problem in other games under 3D.
You flagrantly promote your site here that you market on this forum then you talk about marketing?
SirPauly wrote:Personally, just point out what I feel is inaccurate and keep the high road, for the most part. IF I know someone pretty well, I may offer a dig though with colorful wording.
The key for me is when I see someone offer negatives about stereo 3d and don't mention ghosting or CrossTalk, translates into not testing or investigating stereo3d for a lengthy time. The key is keep plugging away, share views, fairness, word of mouth and be consistent -- gamers notice this and believe they respect this.
I was glad to see nVidia try to improve upon the limitations.
A rat will eventually hang themselve and one that is fair -- their past posts speak for themselves.
The other issue is in some games the effect is way over-done, like it is in some movies, every bloody thing is jumping out of the screen - overkill
SirPauly wrote:Tend to look at it this way, there was a positive there about Stereo3d. For me, really enjoy sharing views with others and can handle extremists, biased, viral, marketeers, fud and outright BS --- but what shines are posters with tangible passion for gaming; it shines right through the clouds of negativity.
I can't imagine I want to play hours and hours of a videogame with glasses on my head. Heck, having a headset, with a wire, while I play multi-player games, is already irritating.
Really? Is that why the NV 3D Vision stand in Fry's Electronics sucks as well? It's not even properly setup either?
3D sucks because it's garbage, not because we don't have it setup right. If NV/Frys aren't having their own displays setup properly to "impress" me, then I guess that's a MASSIVE fail on Nvidia's part.
The other issue is in some games the effect is way over-done, like it is in some movies, every bloody thing is jumping out of the screen - overkill.
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