If you have missed the live 3D broadcast of yesterday’s NASCAR Coke Zero 400 race at the Daytona International Speedway you cans still watch a recording of all the 5:30 hours of the race in stereo 3D. It is available on the official website of Nascar with full recordings from both the racing cameras and the pitlane cameras in 3D of course. The race has started with some delay because of rain and that is why the broadcast was longer than expected, so you may want to skip some time from the start right into when the race actually starts. There are no restrictions, so the stream is available internationally, you just need to have higher speed in order to watch the best quality and resolution of the stream, otherwise with slower speeds the streaming switches to lower quality version and that does not look that good because of serious lack of details.
The requirements for watching the live 3D stream of the NASCAR race is that you have a 3D Vision PC, the latest NVIDIA Driver (257.21 GPU and 3D Vision driver), and the latest Silverlight plug-in installed (v4.0.50401 or newer) as you’ll be watching the event through your browser. If you have an SLI PC running with two or more video cards and if you have trouble watching the 3D video stream just disable SLI for the moment and then re-enable it after you finish watching the race. The same applies for people using multi monitor configurations, you’ll have to disable them while watching the 3D stream and after finishing you can reenable everything back. Using Internet Explorer has turned out to be more problem free for watching than with Firefox, but if you have trouble with one of the browsers you can try with the other one, do not try with other browsers like Chrome or Opera as the 3D streaming over them will most likely not work anyway.