1080p 3D Blu-ray vs. 1080p SBS on a 720p projecto
Not a problem.
For refresh rate: you'll notice that you can't actually select 144Hz in Windows.
The 144Hz supported in 3D actually refers to what's known as 3D 'triple-flash', which is effective when the source framerate is 24Hz.
This causes each source frame (at 24Hz) to 'flash' to each eye three times (24 x 3 = 72 frames; per eye - so 144Hz combined). The sequence is along the lines of 'left-right-left-right-left-right'; for each frame of a 24Hz source. This is actually how 3D is rendered in RealD movie theaters.
The reason? The faster glasses shutter time (144Hz) means you perceive less flicker, making 3D viewing more comfortable.
So for 3D viewing, a source refresh-rate of 24Hz (the same as bluray) produces the most comfortable 3D on a projector that supports 144Hz triple-flash like yours.
BenQ W1070 Projector; Xtreamer Ultra 2 (running XBMC on OpenELEC) via Sony STR-DH540 AVR with Boston Acoustics SoundWare XS SE 5.1 Audio. MediaBrowser3 for Mobile Streaming.
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