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    UT2004 & Video Glasses

    Does anyone of you know if there are video glasses like these ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yqVChaRBsQ
    (bad reviews)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkUUNXDzhv8
    (not suitable for games i think)

    ... available for UT2004?

    Or some kind of similar technology?

    #2
    At first sight it looks just awesome but after some researches I don't think it would be worth your money. I informed myself a bit about these video glasses because I was also very interested in those things and I don't think you could play UT2004 with them:
    http://uk.gear.ign.com/articles/778/778513p1.html
    I read this article and there are all problems listed such as rotating about 180°. Especially in UT that can be a big problem
    In this article there's written that it works with a PC but I couldn't find out if it works fine with Windows (don't know which operating system they used to test these glasses) but if so I could imagine that it would also work with UT because you can manually change the controls.
    If I were you I would wait for some years. Most of the video glasses I've seen were not good. I hope Microsoft will make some video glasses for their operating systems which are almost VR because I also would like to play games in that way too!

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      #3
      thx, i previously read this article. some more info about ut2004 & video glasses you'll find here: http://forums.beyondunreal.com/showthread.php?t=191844

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        #4
        I have a Zalman Trimon monitor and have tried UT2004 in 3D. It's not as easy as playing in 2D!

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