I just hooked up my legacy Mitsubishi 737 "checkerboard" TV to my brand new Dell 17r i5 processor with Nvidia 525m graphics card laptop.
I also purchased the Future Cinema Eagle 510 - Black 3D DLP Link Active Shutter Rechargeable Glasses for 3D Ready Projectors, Mitsubishi and Samsung DLP Link TV's. Great inexpensive glasses, from what I can tell as a 3d novice. It is also nice not to have to use an emitter--the glasses work with the tv without any additional box I need to hookup to the back.
The glasses, computer, and TV work flawlessly on youtube for 3d! That 3d super mario cracks me up! YouTube has done a great service by supporting checkerboard output on their 3d videos.
I also got a push2tv adapter that wirelessly streams my PC desktop to my TV. It works great for 1080p 2d but I can't get the 3d stream to work unless I am hooked up to HDMI. Any ideas how I can cut the cord and use my push2tv to stream 3d content that will show correctly on my tv?
Now onto my gripe...where is the online streaming 3d content? I don't want to have to buy a new blu ray player that requires an obsolete physical storage medium. I don't want to buy a 3da-1 adapter to convert to checkerboard. I do not want to continue paying for satellite TV given the evolution of the internet. I HAVE A PERFECTLY CAPABLE BOX CALLED A PC THAT CAN DO THE JOBS OF THESE THREE OTHER BOXES
Vudu won't let you stream 3d content to your computer
. For you experts out there, when is the ubiquitous technology of streaming movie content going to make its way into the 3d realm?