NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Driver Delayed

In what is going to be disappointing news for 3D fans out there, NVIDIA has confirmed that the drivers for its 3D Vision Surround stereoscopic graphics system won’t be available until the end of June, instead of the previously targeted April release date. The reason behind the delay is related to the version 256 drivers that allow the 3D output to work across multiple displays. When the driver is finally released, you’ll need NVIDIA’s GeForce 3D Vision glasses, and preferably a card that’s powerful enough to churn out those stereoscopic images. When the driver is finally released, NVIDIA also promises to provide a game list and guidance on how to get the best experience from this new technology. Are you looking forward to it?

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