The Epson glasses are hopeless to help any of the JVC ghosting though, right?
I do like the MV3D's. At that last sale it was a killer deal.My 3D Gaming Experience (kind of a long post):
I was actually trying out some 3D gaming on the JVC (taboo I know), but it was just a Space SIM Game (X3: TC) and I was playing in NVIDIA converted forced 3D (not even native). The NVIDIA converted 3D will be FAR superior to any projector or devices ability to convert an image to 3D, because the NVIDIA convertor is using the raw 3D mapping data to do the conversion (and the video card is the only device with native access to this data). However, these same techniques obviously won't work with 2D Blurays since the encoding is not done using 3D rendered models. So this type of conversion really isn't much different than if a game were NATIVE 3D, but with one issue - see next paragraph down.
The ghosting is very mild in this game on the JVC believe it or not, but the problem is the game wasn't designed for 3D. When a game isn't designed for 3D, what happens is that the Z-order depth location of objects that were originally rendered with 2d models (like how mountains in some racing games are rendered as a back-drop 2d texture), well they aren't properly aligned even though the objects with 3D info are aligned. The converted games are still playable for the most part, but text for instance can be VERY distracting as it usually appears before all other objects. If a scene in a game does not have 2D models or fonts mixed in (and some do not), then it will convert the image to 3D flawlessly with NO error just as if it were native. The modders might have already fixed this problem for some games, even if they are not officially "3D compatible".
I'll probably actually enjoy 3D gaming a little, but since I'm not a "real" gamer I think I'll stick to slow-paced games just to enjoy the 3D graphics. One final point, as far as 720p/60hz vs 1080p/24hz, well obviously gaming is generally going to be better in 720p/60. Although some "less serious" games without a lot of motion may do ok in 1080p/24 for those not too sensitive to the side effects. The difference in resolution can be seen in 3D between 720p and 1080p, but it is a fairly minor difference most of the time because the anti-aliasing effect in 720p mode is so heavy when in 3D that things do not look blocky.
Gotta try an "Nvidia Compatible 3d" game next, maybe Dirt 3, maybe something else. That's gotta be neat driving in 3D. Or I can just go outside and take my real car for a spin, but there is no fun in that