By default the 3D put out by NVIDIA’s GeForce graphics cards isn’t compatible with the 3D technology currently being put into the newest HDTVs. Their new software, 3DTV Play, is looking to rectify the situation. It takes the output of your computer’s graphics card and converts it into 3D signals that comply with the HDMI 1.4 standard.
The software claims to support any TV that complies with the standard, whether it’s LCD or plasma. In addition, the 3D tech will also work with games that currently support NVIDIA’s 3D initiative, such as World of Warcraft and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
If you’ve already got NVIDIA’s 3D vision kit, the software will be made available free of charge. For everyone else, it’s going to be an additional forty bucks.