Now for the cool VR Glasses...
observation between the ASUS and ELSA glasses; My
experience is that the ASUS VR-100G fit people wearing
spectacles. However, the The ELSA glasses I've seen
do not. In fact, I feel uncomfortable trying on the
ELSA glasses with my spectacles on. The ASUS can actually
fit over your spectacles if you happen to be wearing
glasses are plugged to the "VR glasses"
output of the ASUS card. Batteries are not required
a screenshot of the available options in the display
It works on most D3D
games. Initially, I couldn't get Microsoft's Midtown
Madness to work with the Stereoscopic mode enabled.
The program would just exit abruptly during the startup
of the game. This problem was solved after I updated
to the new V2.09 Beta drivers.
The 3D effect of the
glasses was realistic; So much so that I felt giddy
after an hour or so of Midtown Madness. For those of
you who like their games to be as 3D as possible, this
pair of 3D glasses might be worth cheking out.
To give your muscles
and eyes a rest, the manual recommends a technique used
by people who work with stereoscopic devices. Here's
the take : Frequent short breaks with the removal of
the 3D glasses should be taken. You should then look
up and focus on a distant object to prevent discomfort
and eye fatigue.
Darn, I should have taken
this advice earlier . . .