Presenting our second look at Nvidia 3D vision on triple screen monitors. We try it out on various racing simulations and let you know how they've changed and or improved the technology.
Shaun Cole is your host and we hope you enjoy the show!
Check out this Sim Rig that gets the nomination for SROTW 11/22. This is a great budget rig and just about does everything right. Adding an Nvidia SLI PC to triple screens allows Chuck Harris all the immersion he could want for the price. If your wallet is a little tight, inspiration from this rig is as good as it gets.
This Week in Sim Racing for the week of October 22nd, 2011. In this weeks episode we cover Game Stock Car, GT Academy, and Forza 4. We also look back at C.A.R.S., go on board the USS hornet for the NVIDIA Ge Force Lan 6 and showcase a new simrig of the week by Tamiya. We also have and announcement from Reiza studios about a new Ayrton Senna Game.
The 1st Nvidia sponsored World Championship event at iRacing involves the Nascar Series in which they ended up at Indy for round 12. A pretty clean race in which certain drivers played the opposite strategy waiting for the yellow flags to come out. The green light pit strategy set up the winners of the race as the worn tyres wouldn't last for the drivers that stayed out. As the Road Championships headed to Silverstone for round 11 in what turned out to be an incredible race! You'll just have to watch the unbelievable highlights of passes and oh so near misses that could have crippled certain drivers in the hunt for the title.
Our review of Nvidia 3d vision on triple screen monitors. We try it out on various different sims as well as show you how to install and use 3d vision. We also sit down with Joe Grover of NVIDIA to get the details on what makes 3D vision work. In addition to that we add another car to the Top Sim Car list, this car coming from RFactor.