Hey guys, I'm glad i found this forum. I'm usually on the DIY screen form.
I have a question regarding my options available for my viewsonic pjd6211 projector and eventually 3D blue ray movie watching and 3D game playing.
It seems that as of what I've learned, so far, the only possible way for me to watch 3D blue ray movies for this type of projector, since this projector has no HDMI input only a Component HD input, is with the use of the Nvidia 3D vision. I've read that the only 3D software, PowerDVD and TMT5, as of yet don't work 120dlp projection 3D checkboard type technology only the Nvidia drivers 3D vision for this checkerboard 3D type. I have a Home theater computer setup by the way. Right now All i have is a normal DVD player in my computer but for christmas or so i hope to get a internal Blue Ray player so as to watch 3D blue ray movies and so on.
I did read that tridef has added 120dlp projectors to their list but I believe it's side by side not checkerboard type and don't know if they will eventually do Blue ray. I heard 3D vision gives you the best quality for 3D blue ray anyway as of now(could be wrong).
With all that said... My question is, is there a Universal DLP link 3D shutter glasses that will work with the DLP link on my projector and the Nvidia 3D visi0n??
I would like to buy just a pair of 3D dlp link shutter glasses for now to use with Youtube 3D viewing or a little 3D game playing with IZ3D or Trideff through the DLP Link setting on my projector but be able to use them with the 3D vision emitter later on. The viewsonic PJD6211 has 2 setting for 3D on it DLP link or the Nvidia 3D vision.
I'm not sure if this is even possible though because I know Nvidia 3D vision doesn't use DLP but an emitter.
Another things that is very important is the quality of the image for brightness. When you set the viewsonic projector to 3D mode i would say the brightness projector image is zapped by 30% - 40% or more and i need glasses that have a clear image and no tint to them until the shutters are turned on.
So with all this being said, what are my options with this certain projector??? Anyone out there have this type of projector?? If so what is your experience with it??