NVIDIA released 3DTV Play software for consumers who’ve both an NVIDIA graphics card and a 3D TV are now able to buy the software to run PC games, Blu-Ray’s, and photos all in 3D on their televisions. The software is based on NVIDIA’s popular 3D Vision hardware, and requires a HDMI 1.4 based 3D TV and compatible 3D glasses.
The software enables 3D Blu-Ray movie playback, and ability to view 3D photos on PC when have a compatible 3D camera. However 3DTV Play pack does come with a number of 3D photos for you to try out even if you haven’t gotten around to buying a 3D camera yet.
The NVIDIA 3DTV Play software can be purchased online for $40 or as a 14 day trial, and more details available here.
In a releated news, at CES, NVIDIA also announced a new Web community dedicated exclusively to 3D content, enabling users to enjoy breathtaking, stereoscopic 3D videos and photos while using a 3D-enabled PC or notebook.
3DVisionLive.com is an online community where NVIDIA 3D Vision technology users can enjoy and share a broad range of 3D content on their PCs. It allows them to stream 3D movie trailers, music videos, sport clips, and video shorts, as well as post and view high-quality, high-resolution 3D photos.
Consumers and photo enthusiasts alike can use 3DVisionLive to create their own custom 3D photo galleries on the Web, where they can upload and share high-resolution 3D images with family and friends, or with the 3DVisionLive community. In addition, they’ll be able to view and rate thousands of photos taken by professional photographers, photo enthusiasts and other 3DVisionLive users. The site features an intuitive user interface, and high-performance photo and video management engines powered by Phereo and Fordela.
More Info: 3DVisionLive.com