You've heard about the 3D technology for televisions. The blogs and websites are all abuzz with the latest advances in this technology. The movie directed by James Cameron has added to the momentum of the technology, thus making 3D a must-have technology for many tech-savvy consumers and families. But even before this technology for television can even solidify its hold on the market, here comes talks about 3D for personal computers.
Is this really possible at this time? Can we really expect 3D technology for personal computers?
The way things are shaping up now, we can say that this technology will soon be seen on personal computers as well. So what are the things to be expected from the personal computer that is equipped with this technology?
Just like with 3D television, the 3D images and experience can also be delivered to your home with the use of the personal computer. The most important use of this technology in PCs can be seen in games. There are a number of software manufacturers right now that are working with their engineers and designers to develop games that will work with the technology.
Aside from this, digital camera producers in the market are working overtime as well in order to bring their 3D digital cameras so that these cameras can be used by the consumers in order to take 3D photos and view these captured photos on personal computers equipped with the same technology. The same PC can also be used to view the contents of the internet in 3D and it would be now a possibility to view 3D videos.
Now the making of the personal computer that is equipped with the technology is not easy. There are a number of personal computer requirements that should be targeted before we can say that the PC in your hand is ready for the 3D experience. Here are some of the minimum requirements expected from a 3D personal computer:
• The 3D personal computer at your disposal should come with a pair of the 3D active-shutter glasses.
• This should also feature the 120 Hz and 3D capable display and this can come as your LCD desktop monitor, as a 3D projector, as a 3D television or can also come as a laptop that is also integrated and primed for the technology.
• You can also expect the discrete GPU from leading manufacturers and these are intended for high definition images to be displayed in 3D.
The main intent in offering this technology on this platform is to present alternatives for consumers on how they can be treated to the 3D experience. And the good news is that there are a number of PC manufacturers who are keen on manufacturing these consumer products that will really suit the budget of the larger set of the buying consumers.
Plus you don't really need to buy a brand new 3D-enabled PC just to enjoy the experience. If you own a PC, then this can just be upgraded so that you can also be treated to the experience.
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