Which HDTV's are 3D Vision compatible?

Answer ID 2368
Published 02/05/2009 04:42 PM
Updated 05/04/2010 02:28 PM
I own an HDTV and the manual says it supports 120 Hz mode.  Is this display compatible with 3D Vision?

There are LCD HDTVs that are on the market that claim to display at 120 to 240 Hz refresh rate.  These type of displays use framerate conversion or backlight flashing to convert 60 Hz signals to 120 Hz or above.  This technology is incompatible and Not 3D Vision Ready.  Shutter-based 3D stereocopy relies on two completely different images (one for each eye) being displayed in alternating order that is compatible with the NVIDIA 3D Vision kit.

Please see the 3D Vision System Requirements for a full list of 3D Vision—Ready displays.  http://www.nvidia.com/object/GeForce_3D_Vision_Requirements.html

Displays not listed are not certified and thus not compatible.

 

 

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