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Nvidia gives 3D porn the horn

CES 2009 Not everything it does is bad
Fri Jan 09 2009, 19:55

EVERY ONCE in a while, you get to try out a product that you thought would suck, but didn't. Trying out the new Nvidia 3D glasses on a box from Glacier Media Systems proved me wrong.

No really, I admit it. At the AVN show, I got to sit down and try the things without the usual PR power games and kind threats if I didn't step into line. Without that pressure, I could evaluate the technology itself, and it worked well.

Glacier sells media centers, sadly with the broken OS, but what can you do there? The demo was on a fairly large Mitsubishi DLP projection TV, the same kind we saw the other night at the 'other show'.

They are not afraid to tell people what the true use of this technology is for, no, not gaming, but hardcore adult movies. Yes, porn made the internet, DVDs, streaming video, and now it is going to make 3D.

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Erotek Dimensions 3D

With the glasses on, things just pop out at you. Sometimes in pairs. You almost have to duck to avoid getting hit with large silicone objects from Silicone Valleys. This is technology at it's finest, and could only be brought to you by Nvidia.

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If you were wearing glasses, this is how an 80s orgy should look.

In 2D, you sometimes lose track of who's leg that is popping out of the ball of people in that orgy. In 3D, you know exactly who's leg it is, and how close to the camera it is. Nvidia makes bad 1980's porn spring to life. ATI can't do this, not a chance. Things are so real you almost want to take a shower afterwards.

So there you go, Nvidia and Glacier together make adult content jump out at you. If you wanted to know the real reason they are pushing this technology so hard, now you know. 3D Porn and Nvidia, what more can you ask for?

They put the money into money shot. µ

 

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