NVIDIA's Quadro 4000 graphics card delivers blistering fast performance - and a pretty amazing 3D experience. Additionally, for another dimension to Blu-ray movie viewing, NVIDIA's 3D Vision produces amazing results, is a lot of fun and is well worth the cost.
"It's a magazine about a powerful tool and how you can use it effectively in many situations, some of which have yet to be discovered." Matt York, Viewfinder column - Videomaker Vol. I, Number 1, June 1986.
3D video is still in its infancy, but for early adopters, the challenges of making a 3D video to air on your TV are exciting. Videomaker looks at the gear you'll need to create for 3D video by talking to some experts already excelling in this emerging video market.
A visit to Japan offers a rare look behind the curtain at the process of how image sensors for video cameras are made and engineers are already working on the next generation that we can barely imagine.
I will be the first to admit my displeasure with 3D. In fact, I was looking forward to the day when we could put this 3D nonsense behind us. In my opinion, the 3D movies hitting the theaters were subpar, and the push to get 3D into our living rooms seemed premature. However, once the power of 3D moviemaking was put into my hands, I quickly began singing another tune.