January 19, 2017
January 19, 2017
I was talking to a coworker and he said that you don't need a special monitor, just one with a good refresh rate. The 3d card and glasses will take care of the rest... in case anyone else out there was wondering.
solowkoe (rep: 5.7k) posted Oct 28, 2011
Your coworker is wrong. You cant just go slap in a 3d capable video card and expect your standard lcd to run it. Wont work, you need a 3d compatible monitor.
Acidbaby (rep: 7k) posted Oct 28, 2011
you need both card and monitor, but if you do it right, you won't need glasses
mrbob (rep: 244) posted Oct 29, 2011
I guess this question should be considered still open since we have no proof for either answers. anyone else want to chime in?
solowkoe (rep: 5.7k) posted Nov 01, 2011
Try google. Im not about to go do all the homework for you. Just stating the facts. You could do the old stereoscopic 3d from the 70s but thats about it.
Acidbaby (rep: 7k) posted Nov 02, 2011
this looks like it would do the trick.
Equipment and System Requirements for 3D Playback:
Microsoft® Windows® Vista 32/64-bit or Windows 7 32/64-bit
Intel® Core™2 Duo or AMD Athlon™ X2 CPU or higher
1GB of system memory (2GB is recommended)
100MB free disk space
Graphics Processing Unit (e.g. NVIDIA® GeForce® GPUs)
NVIDIA® 3D Vision kit (NVIDIA 3D Vision / NVIDIA 3D Vision Discover)
Anaglyph (red/cyan) or high tech active shutter glasses
Any desktop LCD or CRT display
LCD monitors with resolutions of 1680x1050 and 1920x1080 capable of 120Hz
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