Its so sad that Nvidia has stopped vision 3D pro, it is not available in market anymore
i found an alternative to the Nvidia, its called 3D Pluraview from Schneider-Digital, i have the monitor and it is amazing
unlike Nvidia its not based on shutter technology it is passive 3D so safe for eyes and very longer use.
They have three sizes 22", 27" and 28" (resolution full HD, 2K & 4K per eye)
Check out their website https://www.3d-pluraview.com/en/
it is also available through http://www.schnelltechglobal.com
is there any quality 3D alternative to Nvidia Vision 3D pro i missed?
I checked up a few months back as to what other 3D tech was currently available in the marketplace after NVidia's official cancellation of its support for 3D Vision, and Pluraview was also one of those alternatives that I looked into. It's really nice to hear that it's actually working out well for you.
As far as other alternatives to 3D Vision Pro are concerned, you may perhaps be familiar with Dimenco. They demonstrated a prototype 4K 3D monitor a few years back, but I heard no more about it since then. Nowadays I'm more interested in glasses-free stereoscopic tech, and it appears Dimenco are at it again with glasses-free Simulated Reality. A few months after registering for a dev kit, I finally got the chance to order one, until I saw the price that is. It's somewhere in the region of 19-21k depending upon your currency of choice, be it Sterling, USD or Euro. But here's what you'd get for your money, if it could be afforded:-
Dimenco clear view lenticular lens - 32” 8K 3D panel
Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 Ti
Intel i7 8700 (6-cores @ 3.2-4.2 Ghz)
2x Eye tracking sensor
Hand tracking sensor
Spatial sound 12 speaker array + LFE
4-CH Microphone array
1Gb ethernet + WIFI
4 x 3.0 USB
It's also optimised for both the Unreal and Unity engines.
Apparently it's a completely glasses-free experience for the user, who simultaneously perceives stereoscopic depth within the screen along with 3D objects that pop out beyond the screen itself that can be touched and interacted with in a simulated way. I believe that it also allows the user to peer round in all directions when looking into the screen as well. It's hard to guess as to whether or not this technology really has more practical potential as opposed to gaming potential, but either way Dimenco is looking to release a consumer version sometime next year assuming all goes well. It's safe to say that only legit developers can even afford to purchase the dev kit right now, so I can only hope that the any consumer version is a heck of a lot cheaper whenever it's released. Here's a couple of links about it if you're at all interested.
Dimenco's CEO is interviewed here:-