NVIDIA intros 3D Vision 2 glasses with brighter field of view, comfier design. The next generation of NVIDIA’s award-winning 3D glasses, features a sleek new design and other features to enhance experience by playing 3D games, or enjoying 3D movies or photos. These shutter glasses have a lens that’s 20 percent larger, with NVIDIA’s new LightBoost a unique new display technology that dramatically improves the 3D experience by delivering images brighter view and colors that are far richer than those provided by other 3D display technologies. As for the newest 3D Vision monitors and laptops, those panels promise reduced ghosting, as well as 120GHz 2D gaming. In tandem with today’s announcement, NVIDIA announced that a trio of products the Toshiba Qosmio X770 / 775, Toshiba Satellite P770 / P775 and ASUS’s 27-inch VG278H 1080p monitor will support now 3D Vision 2. Will be available from the leading retailers/e-tailers in October for standalone frames ($99) or as part of a $149 kit. Checkout the press release bellow.