Originally Posted by noko
IZ3D is not out of business, they are doing fine, they are no longer going the hardware route with a 3d monitor. The number of 3d capable devices which IZ3D drivers can use are growing in leaps and bounds. Still Nvidia on the gaming side I think have a clear advantage for 3d computer monitors for 3d Vision, while really not that many over all for selection they are still available.
IZ3D is not part of AMD, 3rd party that also supports Nvidia as well. Anyways if one wants to 3d game with AMD they can, be it on a 3d DLP or a number of 3d HDTVs you can do it is the point. Also if Viewsonic ever releases their new 3d monitor and glasses to the rest of the world then more will have that option as well.
I notice on their webpage they don't support Crossfire or SLi, and on the output compatibility not much listed at all.
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The number of 3d capable devices which IZ3D drivers can use are growing in leaps and bounds.
This seems like a very limited solution compared to the NVIDIA 3D ecosystem.