YouTube Runs On NVIDIA 3D Vision - Gamers Can Now Post Their Favorite 3D Kill Videos

YouTube adds native support for HTML 5 3D and NVIDIA 3D Vision

NVIDIA posted a video on its YouTube channel early Thursday announcing that YouTube 3D videos and channels now run and support NVIDIA's 3D Vision active shutter 3D glasses technology. This is good news for PC gamers that love posting video captures of their favorite kills and gameplay highlights from their favorite games as they can now do it in all their 3D glory.

Before the announcement, YouTube users could only use red-blue anaglyph glasses or watch on select 3D TVs and monitors supporting the side-by-side video format. With added 3D Vision support, users can now run YouTube videos natively on 3D Vision-enabled PCs and laptops as well as GeForce-powered PCs running NVIDIA's 3DTV Play software hooked up to various 3D TVs. Using video capture programs like FRAPS, users can video capture 3D gameplay from a 3D Vision-enabled PC and upload it to YouTube for other 3D Vision-enabled gamers to enjoy.

Check out NVIDIA's YouTube 3D on 3D Vision video announcement on YouTube:

NVIDIA's YouTube announcement video featured three cameras, the JVC GS-TD1 3D camcorder, the Sony Bloggie 3D personal 3D camera and the 3D Tegra 2-powered T-Mobile G-Slate by LG Electronics as ways for users to create and upload YouTube 3D videos. The video also featured Need for Speed Shift in 3D running on YouTube and 3D Vision.

3D Vision users can enable 3D Vision from YouTube by selecting 3D options and choosing the HTML 5 Stereo View (including NVIDIA 3D Vision) option, which has popped up as a new option in conjunction with the YouTube video announcement posting.