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The Fall Photo Contest received nearly 100 images – thanks to all that entered! The contest called for your best “nature” shots with the only other requirement being that they had to be true stereo images. Submissions ranged from shots of spiders in gardens to artistic approaches to tasteful nudes. As before, members were invited to vote for the winner by tagging images in the contest gallery as favorites. Without further ado, the winner is: Autumn Goodbye to Summer This...
In driver 334.89 NVIDIA introduced a new proprietary rendering mode for 3D Vision that enables us to improve the 3D experience for many key DirectX 10 and 11 games. This mode is now called “3D Compatibility Mode”. We have continued to iterate on this feature in beta driver 337, increasing game support and adding a toggle key to enable/disable the mode. Games with 3D Compatibility Mode will launch in this mode by default. To change the render mode back to standard 3D Vision...
3DVisionLive’s first-ever short-form 3D video contest received 14 entries that showed a great deal of diversity, ranging from video game captures to commercial-style clips to raw captures of pets or people doing cool things (such as bashing each other with swords). During judging we laughed, we cried (okay, maybe not), and we simply scratched our heads…. But seriously: thank-you to all that participated and we hope to see more of your content uploaded to the site for all to...
NVIDIA continues to focus on 3D and remains dedicated to improving its 3D Vision technology. Towards that end, we have some great news to share with the 3D Vision user community. Today’s beta release of the R334 driver, which you can download and read more about here, adds new 3D Vision profile support—as well as improves existing support—for several key PC titles that our users have been clamoring for. The list of changes is as follows: 1. Battlefield 4 – previously not...
The submission period for the Fall Photo Contest is now closed, and we are happy to report we’ve received nearly 100 images from our members for consideration. And, once again, we’re opening the judging process to our community as well to help us determine the winners. The full gallery of images may be seen by clicking the link above. Between now and February 10th (11:59 PST), please view all of the images in the gallery and place your votes for the ones you’d like to win by...

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