NVIDIA has developed applications for 3D games on TV

    If inveterate gamers have not yet had time to appreciate all the delights of 3D games, then they will certainly appreciate it soon. The company, in tandem with Panasonic, organized a promotional tour in the United States, within the framework of which it acquaints users with the latest technologies of three-dimensional home theater. More specifically, partners showcase the new NVIDIA program, 3DTV Play, with a 3D TV"> Panasonic 3D TVs. 3DTV Play is compatible with GeForce video cards, supports more than four hundred games, works with 3D TVs with HDMI 1.4, with a resolution of up to 1080 pixels at 24 frames per second. 3DTV Play is a multifunctional program, and in addition to games designed to watch movies and images in 3D, work with three-dimensional websites. The exact release date of the application is still unknown, but, according to NVIDIA, "the program will go on sale this spring" at a price of $ 39.99. NVIDIA 3D Vision owners get the program for free .

    According to the NVI DIA, to demonstrate new technologies to the press, “used a meter-tall case with a plexiglass wall through which you could see how the processor’s cooling system works with water."

    Via pcworld.com

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