At an event where the company showed off its 3D Vision support for 3D Blu-ray movies, also expected in the summer, Nvidia told Stuff.tv that the current Blu-ray players would not be able to support the extra dimension.
This of course means 3D Blu-ray players must be on their way too – although Nvidia did say the PlayStation 3 may be able to play them after a firmware upgrade.
We may well be still waiting on an official announcement from the Blu-ray Association on this, but that didn't stop Nvidia showing how 3D Blu-ray movies would work with a PC packing a GeForce GPU, a 3D LCD monitor from Acer and a user wearing Nvidia's 3D Vision active-shutter glasses.
Nvidia has said it is working with a number of companies such as Arcsoft, Corel and Sonic to ensure the tech is all ready to go once 3D Blu-ray titles become available next year, and we're expecting to hear plenty more on this at CES in January.
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