Enjoy 3D Video on YouTube with the NVIDIA 3D Vision and Firefox 4

Sunday, July 24, 2011

To you who have a computer capable of displaying 3D using 3D Vision NVIDIA hardware, but running out of 3D content to watch or games to play then your investment for 3D features so useless. NVIDIA has just announced today that users will be able to enjoy the 3D YouTube channel in stereoscopic 3D with NVIDIA hardware they Vision 3D on the PC or notebook.
"We are thrilled to introduce and support HTML5 WebM on thousands of 3D video available on YouTube," said Jonathan Huang, 3D Product Manager at YouTube. "By embracing open standards, users NVIDIA 3D Vision now become a cool way to enjoy YouTube 3D content library."

For now users must use Mozilla Firefox (version 4 or above) and use the NVIDIA GeForce 3D drivers updated (version 275 or above) for 3D video experience YouTube. For more information on how to view YouTube 3D, please go to the website 3Dvisionlive.

The funny Google Chrome is not mentioned in this announcement is considering the Google-owned YouTube is, yes maybe in the next update Chrome? (source)


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