Nvidia Talks 3DTV Play at 3D Entertainment Summit

By September 24, 2010 April 4th, 2020 News

L-R: Neil Schneider (MTBS) and Andrew Fear (Nvidia)

No, this is NOT the Panasonic 3D HDTV prize that’s up for grabs with The U-Decide Initiative!  I’m afraid the grand prize winner will have to settle for a slightly smaller 50″ unit, rather than the 150″ plasma shown here.  C’est la vie!

However, Nvidia fans can rejoice as Andrew Fear, Product Manager for Nvidia’s GeForce 3D Vision has joined us to talk about their 3DTV Play software.

By the way – if you haven’t completed a U-Decide Initiative survey yet, do it NOW.  Polls close on October 1st, and it would be aweful if you missed out on one of over fifty prizes.

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  • Nobsi says:

    Regarding 3DTV Play I always hear 720p@60Hz is for gaming and 1020p@24Hz is for Bluray.
    Does that mean it is not possible to play games in the 1020p@24Hz resolution?
    24Hz may be sufficient for some games and the additional resolution may be welcome especially for games that don’t support AA (natively or forced).

  • Nobsi says:

    Sorry, of course I mean 1080p in above post.

  • Avatar tritosine5G says:

    >

    -its possible but useless. :lol:

    maybe my opinion is too extreme so let’s not get started

  • Avatar BlackShark says:

    Choice is always good.
    Being forced to use only manufacturer specified settings is not part of the PC usage philosophy. It’s maybe for Macs but not PC.

  • jadeli89 says:

    i got the chance top read 3D tv reviews in cnet.com and yes, panasonic was their first bet.. they have a lot of good reasons to rate the entry pretty well. :shutter

  • Avatar tritosine5G says:

    ghosting = unacceptable

    fullHD tv’s with 720p 3d , and unacceptable response time (lag) for gaming = joke

  • Avatar Neil says:

    The following is an excerpt of a blog article.  Read Full Article
    No, this is NOT the Panasonic 3D HDTV prize that’s up for grabs with The U-Decide Initiative!  I’m afraid the grand prize winner will have to settle for a slightly smaller 50″ unit, rather than the 150″ plasma shown here.  C’est la vie!
    However, Nvidia fans can rejoice as Andrew Fear, Product Manager for Nvidia’s GeForce 3D Vision has joined us to talk about their 3DTV Play software.

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