Originally Posted by UKclarence
"Nvidia 3d glasses ARE compatible with whatever 3D content you play through your computer. This should be no different than your old projector"
Thanks for your reply, but I respectfully disagree about the Nvidia 3D glasses, you need three things to be able to use these glasses.
1) An Nvidia video card that supports 3D.
2) Nvidia 3D Kit (glasses and RF Emitter).
3) An "Nvidia 3D Vision" approved monitor or in this case projector. The Acer H5360 is "Nvidia 3D Vision" approved, the H6510 is a "Nividia 3DTV play" approved.
Therefor when you connect it and you go to the Nvidia control panel, under 3D you will not see this projector listed as an option and you cannot use Nvidia 3D glasses with this projector, they are not recognized. The only option you will see in the control panel is going to be 3DTV Play and this means using DLP 3D link glasses. Now the only reason I point this out is to save anyone else from thinking that they can use their Nvidia 3D glasses with this projector.
I am going to take your advice and keep this projector. I am going to mount it this weekend and have already ordered the DLP link glasses, since I bought my Nvidia glasses off of ebay I should be able to sell them and not lose too much. Again thanks for your reply to my earlier post, I really appreciate your taking the time to reply.
I will let you know if I love this projector or not, but from all I've read here I am sure it will be a keeper.