3D Vision Pro

3D Vision Pro

Jul 27, 2010

NVidia presented a next generation of 3D Vision setup. This time it is for professionals, working on Quadros. The idea is pretty much the same – active shutter glasses working on 120Hz refresh rate. In pro version there will be no infrared synchronization – glasses will be connecting to the sync hub via radio signal. Also working range is greately increased. Infrared signal was ok for about 5 meters; pro glasses will catch the radio signal for up to 30 meters around. Physical obstacles are not obstacles anymore.

The radiosignal is customizable, and it is possible to use multiple 3d Vision setups in the same room without having overlapping issues. You will need to have a recent Quadro video card. Interesting enough, Linux is now listed as one of the supported operating systems. So far 3D Vision was only for Windows Vista/7 users.

Quote from the official site:

NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ Pro and NVIDIA® Quadro® professional graphics solutions deliver the highest quality and most advanced stereoscopic 3D environment, enabling designers, engineers, digital artists and scientists to see and share their work in true 3D.

3D Vision Pro glasses and Quadro graphics provide an easy to use, robust solution for driving 3D visualizations on a range of display options, from a single desktop panel to massive, multi-projector power wall or CAVE.

This unique 3D solution combines 3D Vision Pro active shutter glasses and a robust radio-based control hub with 120Hz panels and projectors. Professionals can design, create and explore in stereoscopic 3D enabling collaborative workflows that dramatically speed up time to insight.

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