3D has made tremendous progress in the past few years, and I think it's safe to say it's transforming Hollywood movie production and movie-watching experiences alike. Similarly, NVIDIA 3D Vision PCs are transforming the computer gaming experience with support for over 400 games and the largest 3D-PC enabled community in the world.

Today, we’re excited to announce the next evolution of 3D — the world’s first 3D streaming Web channel. 3D Vision Live is an online video destination that will stream 3D trailers, music videos, sports, shorts, and more all to your 3D Vision PC. The site is initially launching in Beta so that we can get your feedback to help us improve as we aquire new content and features.

Earlier this summer, NVIDIA 3D Vision and Microsoft Silverlight partnered to stream the 3D NASCAR and PGA Championship events. Now, 3D Vision Live will bring great 3D content to your PC 24×7.

Visit www.3DVisionLive.com to check out all the free 3D content up already, and stay tuned as we add more videos and exciting new functionality in the coming months.

If you would like to share original 3D video content with 100’s of thousands of 3D Vision users around the world, or have comments about this beta version of the site, send an email to: 3DVisionLive@nvidia.com

Check out some of the highlights nowshowing on 3D Vision Live:

  • 2010 NVIDIA “3D Your PC” Video – See all the great experiences you can have with a new 3D Vision PC.
  • Mercedes-Benz 3D 2010 – 3D Vision Live has been selected to premiere the online presentation of Mercedes-Benz 3D 2010 featuring the SLS AMG, the S400 Hybrid, and the E550 Cabriolet. The film was executive produced by Dimensional Communications and created by Lightspeed Design. To see the film and behind-the-scenes pictures go to DepthQs3D.com/mercedes-benz. To see the film in person please come to the LA Auto show, November 19-28.
  • We Are The World 25 For Haiti in 3D was recorded on February 1st, 2010, in the same studio as the original 25 years earlier. "We Are The World 25 For Haiti", in which Quicy Jones and Lionel Richie serve as executive producers was created with a star-studded group to benefit the Haitian earthquake relief efforts and the rebuilding of Haiti. Donate today at: wearetheworldfoundation.org
  • Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D Trailer – In a world ravaged by a virus infection, turning its victims into the Undead, Alice continues on her journey to find survivors and lead them to safety. www.residentevil-movie.com
  • Joe

    the streaming is jittery and not rdy for release.

  • Joe

    OK,
    I must admit when I am wrong. I was contacted by an “nVidia rep” (hehehe, Jon) in regard to this post. I was very impressed with the almost immediate response. I explained the system/specs I am running to the person and he explained that SLI is not YET supported on this streaming website. Immediately after turning the SLI option to off the movies came to life. Some of the content was very good. Most of the content was fantastic. This site not only is running 3D but some HD content to boot! I also noticed that the sound is in 5.1. Very high quality. nVidia hit this one out of the park. I hope they keep going in this direction. Great support!

  • rick

    I cant get it to work, when i go on the site the glasses turn on but i can still see the video side by side..

  • Jon Barad

    you may need to update your GeForce and 3D Vision Drivers to the latest version. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
    if you are still having issues, feel free to email us at 3DVisionLive@NVIDIA.com with more detail as to your setup.

  • Michael Sammons

    Hardware tests fine – all other 3D tests work fine – but this does not. Single picture in 2D is all – frustrating.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/6p012875d13c23970c Jon Barad

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    What driver versions are you running? Please try updating both your GeForce and 3D Vision drivers to ensure theyre in sync and up to date.
    If you want to send us more info about your system please send an email to us at 3DVisionLive.com

  • Scott

    i have a toshiba a665. i just put the newwest toshiba nvidia drivers on to get the 3d vision live to work. all i get is a repeated black screen flickering. The green 3d vision light is not coming on. If i put drivers on straight from nvidia the 3d vision stops working all together and all i can do to get it towork is use a restore point. What can i do? Or is this technology too new and flake to work?

  • stephen

    I find that I occasionally have to run the 3D vision wizard to get it to work. I had the receiver light shine bright green and everything was in 2D so running the wizard again fixed it for me. I find I have to do that even for games sometimes.
    If the wizard works fine, you are using IE and have latest silverlight it should work…