Even as AMD is preparing to raise the stakes on the graphics front with its HD 6000 series, NVIDIA has proudly announced that its 3D Vision technology has now reached the 1,000 supporting products milestone.
While the 3D Vision technology was unveiled just this year at CES 2010, the market for any sort of 3D technology has been growing quite rapidly.
Thus, the Santa Clara, California-based GPU maker just revealed that there are already 1,000 different product that can make use of this technology.
The collection of such products is varied, ranging from GPUs (obviously), on the hardware side of things, all the way to video applications and, of course, games.
Two of the major market segments where 3D Vision made its presence felt are those of desktop monitors and notebooks.
In terms of displays, the technology was adopted by Alienware, Acer, BenQ, LG, NEC, Samsung, ViewSonic and ASUS.
3D Vision notebooks are also quite numerous, the PC makers that released such models being Clevo, ASUS, iBuyPower, CyberPower, Sager, Origin, Toshiba and Acer.
What's more, NVIDIA's blog post
mentioned that ASUS and ASRock also delivered all-in-one systems with this capability.
Furthermore, its technology made it to the realm of photo and video cameras, where FujiFilm, Panasonic and Sony each created one or more devices.
There are also a number of 3D Vision-enabled projectors, created by LightSPeed Design, Acer, ViewSonic, Sanyo, NEC and Optoma.
Of course, the list would not be complete without mentioning that there are more than a few games compatible with this 3D solution, such as World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, the Call of Duty franchise, etc.
Finally, 3D Vision can be used with a variety of photo and video editing applications, the likes of Corel's WinDVD and Microsoft Silverlight, among others.
All in all, the industry adoption of 3D Vision is said to have surpassed NVIDIA's expectations.