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Yes. I have Rio2 and your observations are correct. For me, the unknown is the PS4. It seems you do not have something set up properly with the PS4. Are you certain the latest PS4 update allows for 3D Blu Ray?
Asking some stupid questions to be sure you have the PS4 wired properly:
1. Do you use a high speed HDMI cable that is HDMI 1.4 compliant?
2. Is it fed directly to your projector or do you have it routed through your AVR receiver.?
3. If through the AVR, is that AVR HDMI 1.4 compliant? ( meaning it will pass 3D video to your display)
Note, there are ways to get around the issue of an AVR that is not 3D compliant but that loses some advanced audio features as you will need to output your sound via the optical cable separately, but not to worry about that for now. Post your AVR model and lets see if that is 3D capable first.
As for you not seeing 3D, are you sure? If you are completely blind in one eye, then that would be the reason, but if you just have poor vision, then likely you can see 3D easily with corrective glasses.
Where did the "blurry vision" image come from? If it came from the PS4, then it would appear you have everything working. If you put the projector in 2D to 3D mode, then the Projector is just doing a conversion, not good! Your projector should have an auto detect mode so it can switch to 3D when the 3D signal comes in. Other manual modes are like SBS or side by side which is used for 3D from You Tube or some TV channels where there are two of the same images side by side.
Hope this is enough to get you testing and finding your solution.
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Don Landis HT System: Projector Sony VPL VW665ES Players: Samsung UBD K8500 OPPO BD93 Sony BDP S6200 All Regions Player Denon AVR 4311ci, 7.1 JBL Professional series and Klipsch PS3, XBOX360, Dish VIP722K