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    L4D in 3D--for free

    http://gamerslastwill.com/2009/02/02...eah-heres-how/

    Figured this is a decent place to park this info: "3D Left 4 Dead? For Free? Oh yeah, here's how"

    Dunno if this has been posted elsewhere around here...

    Includes pictures, and of course, how-tos.
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    That's kinda interesting, I'd try it but it doesn't look viable on XP
    91.xx drivers.

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    The stereoscopic effects have been brought up for quite a few games with flight simmers really going deep into the matter. I first learned about it a while ago for FSX. At the time, I didn't realize many of the nVidia cards support it.

    I had limited success in XP, though I may give it another go now for this game.

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    checking it out now..

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    [QUOTE=K_Dog;2647550]That's kinda interesting, I'd try it but it doesn't look viable on XP

    ok it does work and theres an easier way to do this just go here and down load the stable version , the first menu you see is enable stero options so you don't have to use the registry hack:
    iZ3D Driver List

    I tried it and its pretty crazy!
    the only thing is it makes it very laggy, and the crosshairs are doubled if you eyes go out of focus.
    Last edited by Rage1; 02-08-2009 at 12:50 PM.

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    hmm Ill check it out later

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    Trackmania actually has native support for this, if I found a place that had those glasses for the SB I would be trying that out.
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    most grocery stores and any pepsi or Sobe retailer had them. there were many still available for that Chuck 3D episode a day or two after the bowl, and one of my guys at work picked up a sheet of them last Mon. or Tues. Here's a note from a site telling you on Jan. 5 how to get your 3d glasses:

    NOTE: Should a display’s supply of glasses run out, or you can’t find them in your area, call 1-800-646-2904 to obtain a pair.

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