We’re brimming with 3D goodness at the NVIDIA CES booth, showcasing a range of custom-made 3D gaming systems with the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX and 3D Vision technology built by Origin, Digital Storm, Maingear and Falcon Northwest.
Here’s a snapshot of what’s on display:
3D Racing Simulators
Not one, but two full-motion 3D Racing Simulators from VRX are available to take for a test drive. Both feature iRacing, a driving simulation that is so realistic that real pros, such as Dale Earnhardt, Jr., use it to practice before big races. The simulators feature 3D Vision Surround on three 27’’ 3D LightBoost monitors from Asus and three 27-in 3D LightBoost displays from Acer.
Ultimate Gaming PCs
There are two GeForce GTX 580 SLI gaming systems you can test that are running Batman: Arkham City and Battlefield 3 in 3D on the newest 3D Vision monitors with LightBoost technology from BenQ.
We are also showing a sneak peek of Origin’s upcoming Eon 17 3D Vision notebook, which features the GeForce GTX 580m GPU, and it is the fastest NVIDIA-based laptop on the planet. It features a stunning 17-inch HD display and can run Battlefield 3—with Ultra settings—in 3D.
We’re demoing 3DVisionLive.com, which now hosts more than 20,000 3D images and hundreds of 3D videos—all streamed live over the internet. Stop by and check out the site’s redesign, as well as our choices for The Best 3D Photo of 2011, and The Best 3D Video of 2011.
Visit NVIDIA’s booth in the South Hall, number 31431, to see all of this—and more!