According to GamesRadar, there's a new peripheral called Nvidia 3D Vision. This makes images for both your left and right eye respectively so when you wear the glasses, it makes it 3D. There were three games tested by GamesRadar: Resident Evil 5, Left 4 Dead and Fallout 3. Here's an excerpt:

Out of the games we sampled, we liked Fallout 3 the best. As with the other games we played, 3D Vision makes the little details stand out. And when it comes to detailed worlds, they don’t get much better than Fallout 3; the wasteland never looked this good.

The added depth also makes your Pip-Boy really “pop.” Scrolling through your stats and picking out your perks feels great in 3D. But of course, it’s the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System (or V.A.T.S.) that really makes Fallout 3 shine in 3D. Nailing Super mutants with headshots as the camera zooms in makes the already gorgeously gory game look even more impressive.

It runs at a hefty price, $199 USD and includes the following:

  • Wireless glasses
  • IR emitter
  • DVI-to-HDMI cable
  • Two USB cables
  • VESA 3-pin Stereo Cable
  • Interchangeable nosepieces
  • A cleaning pouch and cloth for your fancy new glasses.

Check it out here. You can also find the full list of supported games here.