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Computex 2010: Nvidia to set up 3D experience center - Computex 2010: Nvidia to set up 3D experience center
Fri, May 21 2010 | 4:12PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Nvidia will set up an experience center for 3D displays during Computex 2010 to promote its 3D Vision solution. The experience center will be divided into several zones for different applications such as 3D theater and 3D gaming. Nvidia CEO Jen-hsun Huang will also attend the show to reveal details of the company's latest plans. Currently, Nvidia has several 3D monitor partners including Mitsubishi, Samsung Electronics, ViewSonic, LG Electronics and Acer, and Asustek Computer also recently announced two monitors which support its 3D Vision technology, Nvidia noted. Nvidia also pointed out that there are about 400 games already capable of supporting its 3D Vision technology.
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