MTBS3D RT @official_ita3d: Thanks @tomshardware & @pumcypuhoy on the article about @BasemarkLtd joining the ITA! #VR #Basemark #ITA https://t.co/8
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MTBS3D RT @BasemarkLtd: Press Release: @BasemarkLtd Joins The Immersive Technology Alliance (@official_ita3d) - https://t.co/HsS05iIAv1
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MTBS3D Check out 'What's Under The Hood' #VR panel from #CES2016 moderated by @alexbdavies! https://t.co/GyEwr24aAU https://t.co/9TqnyoQwrr
MTBS3D RT @official_ita3d: .@alexbdavies did a great interview on @tomshardware with @AMD's Director of VR & ITA's #VRCouncil Chair! #AMD #VR http…
MTBS3D Great interview by @alexbdavies with Daryl Sartain! https://t.co/bg1DcSd2SM

DDD Tridef 3D Experience on Nvidia's GeForce 3D Vision

We received an anonymous tip from a member named "Phil" (not the same Phil in the forums), that DDD's Tridef Media Player works with Nvidia's GeForce 3D Vision glasses.  We thought it was a prank because of how the news made its appearance, but sure enough, it really works!

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We tried to see if we could get the same results from DDD's Tridef Ignition game drivers, but they turn the Pageflip Output option off while gaming.  We don't know why yet, but we will find out.

To get it working, just install the latest Nvidia drivers, download the current Tridef 3-D package, choose the "Pageflipped" output option, and run the player!  The Tridef Media Experience includes a 14 day free trial, so give it a go and see what you think.  DDD's player features 2D/3D conversion too, so share your findings on this as well.

For those exciting about all the news streaming through from Computex, looks like this is another feather in the cap for Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision users!