Here come a few more interesting videos where Neil Schneider from MTBS3D interviews Patrick Beaulieu, Business Development Manager for the 3D Vision Technology at Nvidia during CES 2011. The first part of the interviews they talk about the recent milestone of over 500 supported games by the 3D Vision technology, Acer’s 27-inch 3D monitors, Nvidia’s 3D Vision Pro RF shutter glasses, the basic principle of work of the 3D Vision, the already available as a standalone product 3DTV Play software, what the 3D DLP projectors offer as alternative to 3D HDTVs, and a bit about the limitations of the HDMI 1.4 standard regarding stereo 3D support.
In the second part of the interview Patrick Beaulieu talks about the Fujifilm Real 3D W3 camera that can take stereoscopic 3D photos, with people on the background getting their pictures taken in 3D with some blue WOW-themed female characters. The interview continues with the recently updated 3D Vision Live portal that now also supports the upload and display of user made stereo 3D photos, including support for viewing the images in 3D mode with 3D Vision directly in the browser window as well as in anaglyph format if you don’t yet have 3D Vision. And there you can already see a lot of the photos taken on the back during the interview in stereo 3D.
The last part of the interview with Patrick Beaulieu talks about the 3D Vision-capable laptops with Dell and Lenovo coming soon and already recently announced gaming laptop from Asus all of them with integrated IR emitter, he explains a bit about the new Acer All-in-One 3D Vision PC, again a bit more about the 3D Vision Live portal, he also mentions a bit about the stereo 3D webcam that is available on the just announced 3D Vision-ready 3D monitor from Lenovo.