I don't get it... you still have to wear those goofy glasses. I saw the new Sony 3d tv's that are actually 3d without wearing the shades, and they looked awesome. I couldn't afford one even if they cut the prices in half. But I do like were the technology is heading.
[citation][nom]the_krasno[/nom]What about us ATI users?[/citation]
Use IZ3D driver.
I already use that to play games in stereo3D on a laptop with an ATI mobility radeon HD3400 gpu (good with Torchlight).
I have not tried that with Batman yet but in other games the IZ3D driver's optimised anaglyph mode is better than normal Nvidia anaglyph mode (tested on a desktop with Nvidia gpu).
[citation][nom]tethoma[/nom]Great game. I do wonder however if a 3d game that requires constant moving will make people nauseous. I know that Avatar was starting to make me sick initially, and I need to give my eyes a break every 20 minutes or so.[/citation]
+1. I also had to take the glasses off every now and then. In fact, I can't stand the 3D, and will not be seeing another movie like that. Don't know what the big deal was with the 3D. most of the 3D was environmental and merely gratuitous. As Matt Foley would say, "Whoop-Dee-Freakin-Doo".
Why are people giving me negative feedback? The Trioviz press release and homepage state that the system barely impacts game performance and uses Z buffer data to create more depth.
This strongly suggests that the system does not generate a true left and right view of the scene (stereoscopy) but instead fakes depth based on Z-distance. This is prone to cause artifacts and simply cannot look as good as true stereoscopic 3d.
The stupid colors used just ruins it...you can easily tell that u are wearing coloured glasses while watching it. They should have used the type of glasses used in today's movies which properly takes advantage of polarization.