I have a Dell XPS L501X and I have a 1GB nVidia graphics card. I can see 3D movies using red/cyan glasses but can’t play any 3D games this way. Is it possible to play games in 3D using these red/cyan glasses? Thanks!
Now I'm not sure what games you play, but Minecraft has a 3d anaglyph setting which is for red/cyan glasses
check your systems compatibility to 3d on dell site
hw to do that?? there is no option in the dell website to do such system check..
did you checked the Dell XPS L501X manual
For 3D gaming set the resolution to 720p, 1280x720 and refresh rate to 60/59 Hz in HD 3D mode.
where i should set the resolution to 720p, i have nvidia 1gb graphics card in my laptop, but the nvidia control panel does not have a stereoscopic 3d option by which i can enable stereoscopic 3d.....what should i do. pls help...
Your monitor *can't* display stereoscopic 3D using Nvidia drivers, they do not support red/cyan and your monitor doesnt support 3d.
To enable red/cyan mode, you need third party drivers like tridef: http://www.tridef.com - they cost about $30, but you can just select "analglyph" as output mode (red/cyan). I hope I dont have to tell you, but that kind of 3d really sucks; but you asked for it, so there it is. There's a trial version I believe so you can test out first.
Read this too: //www.makeuseof.com/tag/laptop-monitor-tv-3d-frequently-asked-questions/
connect a monitor that has NVidia 3d support then boot machine. (scrollt o uo and red the doc)
then i think you will see the stereoscopic 3d option
also try to update nvidia graphic driver
3D Vision FAQ
Nvidia 3DTV Play