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Share Your Experience with the Viewsonic V3D241wm-LED 3D Monitor

February 2nd, 2011 · 3 Comments · Other S3D Tech


Viewsonic V3D241wm-LED is the first and still the only 3D-capable monitor designed to work with AMD’s HD3D Technology supporting ATI/AMD Radeon 5000 and 6000 series GPUs, although the monitor should also be capable of working with older ATI-based GPUs and even Nvidia-based GPUs according to iZ3D, but maybe not so well (some synchronization issues may be present). Aside from that, the Viewsonic V3D241wm-LED monitor also uses wired shutter glasses that connect to the display itself and not the PC. This monitor however is still hard to find on the market and not available in every region of the world, including where I live, so I’m still having trouble obtaining one for testing…

With this said, if you were already able to get a hold of one of these new 3D-capable monitors from Viewsonic (they are not 3D Vision compatible!) you are welcome to share some actual photos of the monitor and the glasses, as well as share your experience with the product – setting things up, using together with the iZ3D driver that it comes with, information on what performance you are getting with your video card and so on. If you are more experienced with stereo 3D-capable monitors, then you are welcome to share your thoughts about the performance of the display in 3D mode compared to other solutions you’ve seen so far like 3D Vision-capable monitors, or 3D HDTV and even 3D DLP projectors for example. Of course you are more then welcome to run some tests and share the results in the comments below as well, for example the stereo 3D crosstalk test photos I’ve shared here in the blog or photos showing the level of ghosting in Tomb Raider Underworld – the game I use for testing monitors here on the blog etc. You can also compare and post your findings about color reproduction and input lag as well if you are able to measure these, and everything else that you think other readers here might find useful.


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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 H C Forde // Feb 6, 2011 at 01:26

    Are these the Bit Cauldron/Monster glasses? Are you then tethered to the monitor by a cable?

  • 2 Bloody // Feb 6, 2011 at 02:08

    BitCauldron’s glasses are wireless and the shutter glasses coming with the Viewsonic monitor are wired, they need to be connected to the monitor. I have no idea who the manufacturer is…

  • 3 argh // Sep 28, 2011 at 02:42

    never buy this screen very bad glasses lot of ghosting ….

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