Originally Posted by Exposed
I read reviews about the IZ3D monitor. It works a little differently than what Nvidia intends to release. IZ3D basically puts two LCD panels in one monitor. It makes for great 3D, but poor text / 2D readibility compared to regular LCD's.
Polarization lenses = crap. They darken the image you are viewing by about 50%, and if you crank the brightness to compensate for it, you end up with ghosting artifacts since polarisation will never achieve a 100% discrete image.
High frequency alternate image is better, but requires more technology to get it right since any failure in sync between the screen and the LCD glasses will result in complete chaos. Polarization is "cheaper" in that regard.