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See How Batman: Arkham City Will Look in Stereoscopic 3D Mode

September 21st, 2011 · 5 Comments · Stereo 3D Games


If you remember the game Batman: Arkham Asylum you should also remember that it was and is still one of the best looking games in stereoscopic 3D mode for PC when being played with 3D Vision. And the upcoming sequel that should appear at the second half of October called Batman: Arkham City should also be great when played with 3D Vision. Nvidia has made a gallery at the 3D Vision Live web portal with a few stereoscopic 3D screenshots showing Batman in 3D from the new game and they promise they will be adding up more screenshots of other characters from the game in stereo 3D, next up is Catwoman. So take a look at the few screenshots already available and check back each week for more 3D screenshots from Batman: Arkham City.

To see the 3D Vision Games Gallery and the new Batman 3D screenshots…

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Andrew Fear Talks about Asus ET2400 AIO 3D PC and 3D Vision Live

September 27th, 2010 · 6 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


Neil Schneider from MTBS3D did another interview with Andrew Fear, the product manager for 3D Vision at Nvidia for during the 3D Entertainment Summit. This time Andrew and Neil talk about the Asus ET2400 all-in-one PC with 3D Vision support (expected to be available very soon) as well as the 3D Vision Live website using Microsoft’s Silverlight for stereo 3D video streaming that was being demonstrated on the Asus AIO 3D PC. Andrew Fear also talks more about the future plans for the 3D Vision Live including the addition of more freely available user contributed 3D videos as well as payed 3D content…

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The 3D Vision Live (Beta) Portal is Now Streaming 3D with Silverlight

September 15th, 2010 · 19 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


Nvidia has launched its 3D Vision Live portal in Beta as it is modern nowadays with the portal streaming online stereoscopic 3D videos using Microsoft’s Silverlight for owners of 3D Vision equipped desktop or mobile computers. The portal already has about 20 video clips available in 3D for watching online and the list will probably continue to be expanded, so you should go and take a look, although you’ve probably seen some of the videos already featured here on the blog for download. There is even a 3D trailer for the Resident Evil Afterlife movie, so head on to take a look.

The visit the 3D Vision Live (Beta) Portal and watch some streaming 3D videos…

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