What do i require to view 3d games
I own a LG 42LW450U. Now I thought it was as easy as glasses TV NVIDIA drivers sorted...sadly not the case no, TBH I don't know what I need to make my games 3d.

Do I need NVIDIA's massive hi-tech ultra awesomeness futuristic goggles and emitter or do I just need 3DTV play or both I don't have a bleeding clue.

any help would be greatly appreciated. =]

Oh and enclosed is that wonderful DXDIAG that seems to be divine law when posting a query on computers [attachment=25357:DxDiag.txt]
I own a LG 42LW450U. Now I thought it was as easy as glasses TV NVIDIA drivers sorted...sadly not the case no, TBH I don't know what I need to make my games 3d.



Do I need NVIDIA's massive hi-tech ultra awesomeness futuristic goggles and emitter or do I just need 3DTV play or both I don't have a bleeding clue.



any help would be greatly appreciated. =]



Oh and enclosed is that wonderful DXDIAG that seems to be divine law when posting a query on computers [attachment=25357:DxDiag.txt]
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#1
Posted 04/22/2012 11:22 AM   
http://www.nvidia.com/object/3dtv-play-system-requirements.html

LG 42LW450U is supported.

You need either 3DVision kit or 3DTVPlay license. Free trial is avilable here http://www.nvidia.com/object/3dtv-play-overview.html

One thing to check, have you enabled Stereoscopic 3D from Set up stereoscopic 3D page in NVIDIA Control panel?

[Please post generic 3DVision related queries in 3DVision forum and not in 3D Vision Live]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/3dtv-play-system-requirements.html



LG 42LW450U is supported.



You need either 3DVision kit or 3DTVPlay license. Free trial is avilable here http://www.nvidia.com/object/3dtv-play-overview.html



One thing to check, have you enabled Stereoscopic 3D from Set up stereoscopic 3D page in NVIDIA Control panel?



[Please post generic 3DVision related queries in 3DVision forum and not in 3D Vision Live]

#2
Posted 04/23/2012 04:57 AM   
I have already downloaded the free trial however when i set it up it gives me 4 options all require Nvidia hardware except discover glasses (red cyan) I do not own a pair, is there anyway i can use my glasses that came with TV (bog standard cinema glasses)?
Btw thank you for clearing up the fact my TV is compatible was very worried it wasnt =]
I have already downloaded the free trial however when i set it up it gives me 4 options all require Nvidia hardware except discover glasses (red cyan) I do not own a pair, is there anyway i can use my glasses that came with TV (bog standard cinema glasses)?

Btw thank you for clearing up the fact my TV is compatible was very worried it wasnt =]

#3
Posted 04/23/2012 05:51 PM   
also is my TV compatible with 3D Vision 2 as i would rather have the newer model
also is my TV compatible with 3D Vision 2 as i would rather have the newer model

#4
Posted 04/23/2012 05:55 PM   
The big feature with 3D Vision 2 is the "Lightboost" technology. No TV or projector does that to my knowledge, only monitors. As to the rest, I don't know - but you are asking in the wrong forum. You should be asking in the 3D Vision forum one level up.
The big feature with 3D Vision 2 is the "Lightboost" technology. No TV or projector does that to my knowledge, only monitors. As to the rest, I don't know - but you are asking in the wrong forum. You should be asking in the 3D Vision forum one level up.

#5
Posted 04/24/2012 10:59 PM   
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