3D Stereo technology

A technology that provides a more realistic view of 3D game visuals providing a more real 3D scene that allows you to better interact with the on-screen media. 3D Stereo technology on the PC requires both a software driver and a hardware device, such as stereo glasses, virtual reality hardware, or 3D displays.  NVIDIA also incorporates 3D Stereo technology in some new GeForce GPUs which enable you to interact with realistic smoke, rain, explosions, and lighting at incredible frame rates when playing PC games.

See also stereoscopic imaging.


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