Originally Posted by davehancock
Raster redraw and such are analog terms - no longer applicable. But your general theme is correct - the timing characteristics of the glasses need to be matched to the display characteristics.
Old term maybe, but there is a digital analog
y in here somewhere
It was this description
that I was referring to - moving
the (X-Y raster
image) data to the display
through the DVI cable bus that appears to take the time . I know it's not an electron beam anymore
but bandwidths and clocks have something to do with getting ~ 6 million dots onto the display every few milliseconds... and needing to make sure the shutters are only open when they should be
. So, yeah, the timing is quite important and may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.