Thanks for the answers!
I am giving public lectures with projected stereophotographs from my travels. It's not business, but a hobby that does not even fully pay for itself. Therefore I do not want to spend more than about $1000 for each of the two projectors. Active 3D (shutter glasses) with one projector is not an option for an audience of this size, because the glasses are expensive.
I need DLP because I am projecting through polariser filters. Light coming from LCD projectors is already polarized in various directions, so they cannot be used.
Does ANY of the cheap-end DLP 1080p (or SXGA+) projectors have CMS?
The system I use to generate 3D images:
I've been already shooting stereo photographs way back in the days of analogue slides. I used various vintage (1950's) and home built devices.
Up to now I am projecting traditional slides using a double slide projector, a silver screen and polarised glasses.
About two years ago I built my first digital camera rig, a special device for taking close-up (and macro) stereophotographs, and a dual monitor set-up for quality one-person viewing
I wanted to post some url links, but since this is only my second post, I am not alowed:-(
The next step is to digitalise the projectors. I am taking a long time on this, as the quality is going up and prices down. But I already have a lot of digital material I would like to present, so I decided to step forward...
Software I use:
I edit and align the digital photos using Stereo PhotoMaker (freeware), the best tool so far. I am on Linux, so I use the Geeqie image viewer, which possesses some advanced stereoscopic functions (on demand - I know one of the developers:-)).
I'm afraid I'm getting off-topic here...:-)