For a long time, AMD/ATI has been working with third party partners to provide non-proprietary Eyefinity 3D Stereo vision. Apparently, its coming by Christmas.
They are touting 3D Stereo without shutter glasses and are working with iZ3D, among others, who provides every sort of 3D Stereo (in virtually all games) in a universal driver.
I bought the iZ3D universal driver as they sell it half price to AMD/ATI owners. I tried it using red & blue 3D glasses on my Eyefinity (one of many forms of Stereo it supports). But, although it worked, it was not more fun.
I also bought the iZ3D stereo LCD monitor on super sale -- works without shutter glasses -- uses polarized lenses like 3D Stereo movies have for decades. But, haven't turned it on yet -- still having fun with non-Stereo Eyefinity. When I put my Bulldozer system together in June (?), I'll set up a separate system for non-Eyefinity 3D using the monitor.
Anyhow, here's the lengthy interview telling what's coming and why AMD is going that route: AMD Talks HD3D Stereo
As usual, AMD performance/price -- they want it to support industry standards for 3D (i.e. nearly all makes & models of 3D Stereo monitors & glasses), non-proprietary, no extra cost from AMD/ATI (normal driver download will support 3D Stereo).
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