You will be able to find additional information on this technology at the following link http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-034162.htm
Please note that the Intru3D comes with the Intel® Graphics controller starting from the 2nd generation Intel® Core processors.
In order to use this feature, is necessary to have some requirements in the components being used:
- The HDMI port in the computer and in the TV needs to be HDMI 1.4
- The Cable needs to support HDMI 1.4
- Either a TV or a monitor must support Intru3D
- 3D glasses.
Make sure you have all this components and you will be able to enjoy this technology on your system.
Regarding the monitor and glasses you should buy, you might get a reply from another user with some recommendations.
I've read your answer. But i have questions regarding p. 3 and p. 4.
"Either a TV or a monitor must support Intru3D" -
this means that these equipment have to be mark with some information about comatibility with Intel InTru 3D. But i can't find the list of supported TVs and monitors on Intel site and in Web.
"3D glasses" -
According to your suggestion i can buy ANY 3D glasses. Ok. I choose 3D glasses from NVidia. Then i buy it. And... it doesn't work. Because without GPU from NVidia 3D may not work.
That is the question - it is possible to realize 3D playback with NVidia 3D glasses and monitor supported by NVidia 3D Vision using Intel® Graphics and Intru3D??
Kxwilddede, based on the information I provided you on this link Graphics Drivers — Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology FAQ, in order to use this technology the TV or the monitor need to support stereoscopic 3D and HDMI 1.4.
Regarding the 3D glasses they need to be active shutter 3D glasses in 1080p full high-definition resolution, over HDMI 1.4.
Remember that the use of an external video card will disable the onboard video.
I've found information that i3 3220 can support passive glasses too.
What do you think of it?