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Maingear Builds a 3D Vision Surround Simulator for Nvidia

June 25th, 2010 · 2 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision

A video demonstrating an interesting project done by Maingear for Nvidia – a 3D Vision Surround racing simulator setup using a water cooled PC with two Fermi cards, 3x 120Hz monitors and a seat with “vibration” (they’ve probably used some parts of the system already done for a previous project with a single display). Looks quite nice, kind of Pimp My Ride MTV style, but I would’ve liked a bit more technical details too and also to see some footage of the building process, maybe some trouble they’ve had and how they overcame them etc. We can of course all drool over the system or start building our own version, and I’m almost ready with the water cooled computer… finally… :P

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Nvidia is Teasing us Again with GF100 “Fermi” in SLI and 3D Vision

December 8th, 2009 · No Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


Take a look of this picture of Tom Petersen, Director of Technical Marketing at NVIDIA, proudly showing off his new Maingear Shift PC, equipped with two, yes two GF100 “Fermi” video cards! Also notice that the monitor the PC is connected to is a 3D Vision-compatible 120Hz LCD – the Samsung 2233Rz, so this system probably makes a hell of a perfect PC fro playing games in Stereoscopic 3D mode. On a side note, this is another picture coming from Nvidia that is showing off the new GF100 Fermi architecture based GeForce video cards of the company in action. This means that the company should already have more than just a few working samples, but still no word on when to expect them to hit the market and everyone is eagerly awaiting their arrival…

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