I did, I see some very cool 3D Vision stuff, including games and tons of community info and comments (see Forum link below). I don't understand your point at all. Here is the link to the Nvidia 3D Vision User Forum:
So what's your point?
my point is that I'm a regular of that forum (and one of the very few 3D vision users posting here as well); if you have anything to say about my "shilling for competitions," we can have this conversation over there.
and we can also talk about what I and many others mean by Nvidia's pulling plug off 3D vision; 3D vision is amazing currently more due to great PC gaming community (leading by Helix) instead of Nvidia.
Your statement about Nvidia pulling the plug on 3D Vision would easily cause prospective customers to decide not to consider 3D Vision for their gaming rig. If I was looking for 3D for my gaming system and saw your post saying Nvidia is pulling the plug on 3D Vision it may convince me to look to other companies for my 3D capabilities. If that is your intent then mission well done.
Thats why I decided to post, to correct your comment, to make sure people realize Nvidia 3D Vision is a great product currently being supported both in games and Nvidia drivers. YES it has problems, all 3D solutions have problems, but I feel it is one of the best 3D systems there are. Heck, I work in civil engineering and our photogrammetry department uses Nivida 3D Vision for compiling topographic mapping. 3D Vision has been around a long time and I have used it since day one. I am very impressed by the improvement I see as I now use 3D Vision 2. I do not see any indication that Nvidia is dropping 3D Vision or pulling the plug in any way. I do expect technology will change and someday 3D Vision tech will become obsolete, but that wont happen anytime soon.
I think it is really easy to get caught up with fellow forum posters as they rant about real problems with products and software. I get it, I have done the same thing quite a few times. But if your post here on Gamespot is similar to what you post elsewhere, then you might reconsider what you are trying to do and what you are communicating to other people. If you want Nvidia to be better and you actually enjoy using it, then you might try being more constructive in what you say. But by simply telling the world that Nividia is pulling the plug on 3D Vision is damaging to the 3D Vision product, misleading to readers of your posts and will only result in lost sales and less resources available for solving problems.
Personally I want 3D Vision to be as successful as possible, so demand will drive quality and support. Bashing Nvidia and indicating 3D Vision is a dying product will not help, it wont encourage Nvidia to do anything, it will only discourage people from buying it.
So that is why I posted. Again if the purpose of your post was to hurt Nivida 3D Vision and discourage people from buying it, mission well done.