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YouTube starts showing 3D video for NVIDIA 3D Vision owners

updated 11:20 am EDT, Thu May 26, 2011

YouTube now streams content to NVIDIA 3D Vision

NVIDIA has partnered with YouTube to offer streaming videos from the popular sharing service in stereoscopic 3D on computers equipped with NVIDIA's 3D Vision hardware. Users need to have the latest version of the Firefox web browser installed before they can do so, however. YouTube has added HTML5 and WebM support to the 3D videos available to make the leap possible.

To get users started with what it believes are some of the best 3D videos available on YouTube, NVIDIA has hosted a compilation of them on its website. Users will also need to enable the HTML5 viewing option when viewing a YouTube 3D video.

Back in April, NVIDIA made the 3D Vision system compatible with web streaming.



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