3D Games Support
The TRIMON displays the games in 2D or 3D, depending on your driver settings and game compatibility. The 22" monitor gives stunning 2D representation, while wearing the glasses adds the third dimension; darkening shadows, lighting highlights, and basically enhancing the experience by giving you a 3D vision that projects out of the screen.
This is all made possible by the NVIDIA drivers which interact in conjunction with the TRIMON with many of today's modern games, and will continue to work with future games as well. I promised you a table of the supported games, so please find it below.
The highlighted games are the ones I personally have tested. Each has a slightly different way of delivering the 3D effect, but of them all, Bioshock seemed to be the most impressive; but in terms of game play, I enjoyed Crysis much more with this added dimension.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Zalman's Rise to Fame]
- Page 3 [Rise of the Glorious TRIMON]
- Page 4 [The Bundle]
- Page 5 [TRIMON Specifications]
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