3D Vision Blog

A normal user's look into the world of 3D Stereo Technologies

3D Vision Blog header image 2

Nvidia 3DTV Play Software With a Free 14 Day Trial Version

March 1st, 2011 · 3 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision

I’ve kind of missed this announcement from Nvidia, about the availability of a 14-day trial version of their 3DTV Play Software, but they probably did not promote it well enough when it was launched (just found out about it and tried it). This is a good opportunity for everyone to test the compatibility of his 3D HDTV with the software, before actually having to buy a license for the product. The 3DTV Play software is needed to bridge the gap between your computer outputting 3D content and a 3D HDTV set that supports 3D input over HDMI 1.4 interface. Nvidia has a list of hardware that is tested and confirmed to work with their 3DTV Play software available, but that list does not yet cover all 3D-capable television sets as well as other hardware such as receivers and so on.

Visit Nvidia’s dedicated website for the 3DTV Play 14-day trial software…
For a list with compatible hardware that has been confirmed to work with 3DTV Play…

Tags: ······

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Amish Crusader // Mar 2, 2011 at 03:25

    Just bookmarked the trial for 3DTV a couple of days ago, actually. I just need some glasses for my Sony TV and I will be good to go soon! Amazon dropped the price from $150 to $100 for adult glasses, and TigerDirect has child glasses for $50 (normally $100).

  • 2 kingsmeadow // Mar 2, 2011 at 10:43

    I thought folk who had purchased the Nvidia 3D package got an update for free !

  • 3 Bloody // Mar 2, 2011 at 11:06

    The owners of a 3D Vision kit get 3DTV Play for free, they just need the IR emitter plugged in the PC. The trial version for 3DTV Play is intended for people that don’t have the 3D Vision glasses and want to try the software functionality on their 3D HDTV before actually buying a license for the software.

Leave a Comment