Actually, I have to give a small correction here.
The iZ3D monitor uses the NVIDIA driver - so what NVIDIA supports, iZ3D supports.
However, as of the last working set of drivers, the OpenGL portion of the iZ3D drivers have not been working properly.
The screen is rendered the way it should, but the polorization component of the monitor doesn't get turned on for some reason. It should be very easy to fix, and iZ3D is waiting for NVIDIA to get this cleared up - hopefully in their next driver release.
I wouldn't lose sleep on it.