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Updated on July 7, 2011

The future of at home 3d Gaming

The future is now!

If your here your already aware that the ability to play and interact in a true 3d environment is available for your at home gaming needs.

If you have done your research you know that the current leader in 3d video gaming systems is nVidia and their top echelon model is the Ge Force 3D Vision kit.

The Ge Force 3D vision Kit contains:

  • Installation CD
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 6 Foot recharge cable
  • 10 foot USB 2.0 (High Speed) Type A to min usb cord
  • 10 foot HDMI to DVI cable
  • Custom VESA stereo to 2.5mm stereo audio plug cable
  • 3D Vision USB controller/IR emitter
  • 3D Vision Active Shutter Glasses
  • Storage Pouch, Nose pieces and microfiber storage cloth for glasses

In short, you receive everything you need to start your 3D gaming Experience

Shutter Glasses are better than Anaglyph

No contest - You want a 3D kit that is based on Shutter Glasses, anaglyph is ancient.

Nvidia 3dVision Promo

How to use the nVidia 3D Vision 3D Gaming Kit

Using the Ge Force 3D Vision kit is very simple.

  • The glasses are wireless with a battery life of  40 Hours!
  • The Infrared receiver will work at up to 15 feet away
  • The batteries are rechargeable via the included usb cord
  • The system is plug in play

World of Warcraft works great with nVidia 3D Vision kit

The nVidia 3D Vision kit works with most all games advertised as being 3D game ready. Most reviewers have been really blown away with its near seemless handling of World of Warcraft. If your a big WoW player this system is a must try.

BioShock and unReal tournament 3 are also frontrunners in compatibility with the NVidia 3D Vision Kit

What screens are compatible with the nVidia 3D Gaming Kit

1920x1080 Desktop Displays

  • ACER GD245HQ 120 Hz LCD display
  • ACER GD235HZ 120 Hz LCD display
  • Alienware OptX AW2310 120 Hz LCD display
  • LG W2363D 120Hz LCD display.

1680x1050 Desktop Displays

  • Samsung® SyncMaster 2233RZ 120 Hz LCD display
  • ViewSonic® FuHzion™ VX2265wm 120 Hz LCD display
  • ViewSonic FuHzion VX2268wm 120 Hz LCD display
  • 100 Hz and higher analog CRTs

More on 3D Home Viewing and Gaming

Stereoscopic 3d:The past and future of Stereoscopic 3D viewing

Stereoscopic 3d Glasses: Some front runners in stereoscopic 3D Glasses


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      8 years ago

      OMG for real?

      Sun, I am aging, I see it now being completely clueless and baffled by what games we have. 3D? My mind is still on Atari, you may not be old enough to remember that.

      Never mind, thank god I saw this. Now at least if comes up at some point I won't only know what's what, but the newest new too.

      Sun, great review, thank you


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      8 years ago from Wv

      I have been looking at this for a while.. Don't you need a computer with a lot of memory to go along with your 3- D kit? Looking forward to your 3- D TV Hub. I have been looking for reasonably priced LED 3- D Ready TV's But I don't think they are reasonable at this time! Do you forsee any new 3- D TV's in the future that I should wait for? Thanks Sunforged!

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      This is all great and you wrote an excellent hub. But I am so busy with hub that I haven't got time to watch the news. It is true.

    • sunforged profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from

      I have a bunch of hubs coming about the tv side! Ive been focusing on my actual websites for this particular topic. The Hub Author Susana S, has a solid collection of information on 3d Tvs and related 3d technology

      You could be watching a 3d Tv in your house right now if you felt like it. The costs are not even that ridiculous!

    • Hub Llama profile image

      Hub Llama 

      8 years ago from Denver, CO

      Cool. I was wondering how long these would take to come out after all the 3-D movies out there. I wonder when they'll hit the TV side of things.


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