NVIDIA creates community around 3D images, video
3DVisionLive.com is designed to enables user to share and view 3D content
NVIDIA has created a Web community exclusively for 3D content. The site is designed to allow users to view and share 3D images and video while using a 3D-enabled PC or notebook.
3DVisionLive.com, designed for NVIDIA 3D Vision technology users, enables streaming of 3D movie trailers, music videos, sports clips and video shorts as well as allowing subscribers to upload, view and share high-resolution 3D photos.
3DVisionLive.com users can create their own 3D galleries on the site and will be able to view and rate thousands of 3D images by other users and professional photographers. Sharing of photos and video is optional and set by the user. The site is designed around an intuitive user interface and high-performance photo and video management engines powered by Phereo and Fordela.
"The goal of 3DVisionLive.com is to create an online community where users can experience the best applications and content for 3D PCs," said Phil Eisler, general manager of 3D Vision. "Now photo and video professionals and enthusiasts will see the future of their profession or passion in 3D with an easy-to-use website."
The photos and videos on the site can be seen in full colour and resolution using NVIDIA 3D Vision technology, as well as in anaglyph mode.
NVIDIA will be showing their 3DVisionLive.com concept at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week.
NVIDIA will also be showcasing several new 3D-equipped PCs, displays and other devices at CES.
One of the devices on show will be the first 3D Vision-enabled all-in-one PC, the ASUS All-in-One PC ET2400XVT. The PC is already available at several online retailers and features a 23.6-inch full HD (1920 x 1080) multi-touch display. The unit also has a Blu-ray DVD drive, advanced audio, and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M GPU.