Nvidia Rolls Out 3D Vision Surround Display Technology.

Nvidia Corp. on Tuesday officially enabled its 3D Vision Surround technology which allows to span stereoscopic 3D image across three displays. The feature initially works only on the latest graphics processors and only on beta drivers, but that limitation is hardly too crucial, considering the price end-users would have to pay for an Nvidia 3D Vision Surround setup.

Nvidia 3D Vision Surround is currently the world’s only consumer, multi-display 3D solution which allows users to span stereo 3D content across three high-definition monitors with 120Hz or higher refresh rate or projectors for immersive gaming experience. In order to make the technology work, end-users will have to install at least two high-end Nvidia GeForce GTX 400-series graphics cards. Nvidia’s 3D Vision Surround will compete directly with ATI Eyefinity technology that allows to play video games on up to six displays (in case one graphics processor is used). Nvidia’s technology does not seem to support six monitors, but can enable stereoscopic 3D effects on three, which will indisputably make gaming very exciting.

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