If you are anything like me, you love the 3D experience when gaming but cannot stand the fact that the colors simply dull-down when you put the specs on. Well, after hearing the gripes from gamers for months, NVIDIA is answering the bell with their latest active-shutter 3D glasses release – the 3D Vision 2. The premise here involves eliminating that dulling color effect that we’ve endured in the past, and instead, giving us something that more closely resembles the titles that we know and love.
They created a much larger lens, about 20% larger to be exact, and they have restructured the lens frames, giving you a more comfortable experience when wearing headphones. These are said to be easier on your eyes as well, so hopefully any eyestrain that you experienced in the past will stay in the past.
When coupled with the latest NVIDIA displays, the word is that this is going to change the way we see 3D gaming. I haven’t gotten my mitts on a pair, yet, but when I do, we’ll revisit this conversation and I’ll get you guys some more digs on the new equipment. The glasses sell for $99 a pair, or $149 for the kit. Enjoy your 3D gaming, everybody. Now, if we can just talk them into working on virtual reality a little bit more…
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