NVIDIA 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision 2 Wireless Glasses Kit. Infrared Receiver: Receive signal between 1.5 and 15 feet.
- Infrared Receiver: Receive signal between 1.5 and 15 feet
- NVIDIA Backlit Button: 3D Vision on/off
- USB 2.0 Mini-B: Connect to the PC for enabling 3D Vision
- VESA Stereo Cable Port: For use with DLP HDTVs and Quadro GPUs only
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Re-living my 3D gaming days....,
Peter Tan (Singapore)
This review is from: Nvidia 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision2; Wireless Glasses Kit (Electronics)
I used to play games in 3D back in late 90s/early 2000s when CRT monitors were the only ones capable of 120hz or more. I stopped when CRT monitors died out.
Now that I have a gaming monitor (144hz) I bought this kit to get back into 3D gaming.
Installation was effortless, everything worked out of the box. I didn't even need to install the stuff on the CDs. My current nvidia drivers detected and activated the 3D kit immediately.
I use these almost exclusively with Elite Dangerous and Eurotruck Simulator. These, with TrackIR, makes it almost like VR, except that you're not shut off from the outside world and you see things in 3D plus head-tracking.
Edit 18 July 2017 - I'm impressed at the battery life of the glasses. It lasted almost 1 month (29 days) of use! My usage is usually around 2 to 4 hours a day. Weekends it's more, maybe 6 hours or so.
98 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Pain to install, but amazing to experience,
This review is from: Nvidia 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision2; Wireless Glasses Kit (Electronics)I have probably wasted 10+ hours of my life getting the 3DVision Emitter driver to install correctly. The installation program is also out of date, because if you are using a 3D projector, it fails to instruct you to also plug in the RS232 cord to the emitter, which is needed for proper use. The installation program needs to be revamped to be more compatible with Windows7 64bit, because for whatever reason, it refuses to install the emitter device drivers correctly. Only after many hours of pulling my hair out and trial and error did I discover that during a certain step in the setup process you have to unplug and replug the emitter quickly in order to complete the installation correctly. Why? I have no idea.
On the other hand... once it actually worked and I witnessed stereographic 3D for the first time... well, it is my new best friend!!! I just watched Avatar 3D on my 90" projection screen using the NVIDIA 3D Vision and a compatible projector and WOW... just WOW! I had... Read more
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Exactly as cool as it looks.,
This review is from: Nvidia 942-11431-0007-001 3D Vision2; Wireless Glasses Kit (Electronics)My last couple of laptops have had nVidia 3D capability, and I'm moving back to a desktop for my next system, so I wanted to keep that capability.
This is how it works:
1) You have a reasonably new (like in the last five years) nVidia GPU in a desktop PC
2) You have a nVidia 3D compatible monitor (I've heard that it will work with any monitor that does 120Hz or higher, but I've only tested it with monitors that advertise their compatibility with 3D vision-- Acer has a 24 inch 144Hz monitor that's compatible for like $200).
3) You plug this thing in.
4) You go into nVidia Control Panel (right click on the desktop) and enable stereoscopic 3D.
After a very simple setup, you have a 3D PC. That's it.
Do note, however, that I said "desktop PC." Unless your laptop has a 120Hz display, or has the ability to output to an external monitor at 120Hz, this isn't going to work. (The laptop I am replacing is a gaming monster with 3D... Read more
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