Nvidia is cutting back on its support for 3D glasses, and the GPU maker has quietly announced that its 3D Vision system will soon be no longer compatible with the latest graphics drivers. Nvidia 3D Vision (formerly released as Geforce 3D Vision) was released in 2008 as a way for gamers to play Direct3D games using 3D glasses. Nvidia introduced second-generation 3D Vision glasses in 2011, making it cheaper and extending battery life. However, turning it into a must-have technology has not been realized.
Nvidia is now ready to cut off contact with Nvidia 3D Vision. The GPU manufacturer confirmed that after the final driver for Release 418 was deployed in April 2019, the GeForce Game Ready driver will no longer support the system. If you want to continue using 3D Vision, you will need to stay on the final Release 418 driver.