Originally Posted by Rainier2
I will keep an eye out for solutions such as this. It would be great to continue to use the nVidia glasses as they are good quality and I already have them. I got my PJ as "temporary" solution, but I was actually quite impressed with it and would be content with it as my 3D Blu-Ray display! It's native res is 1024x768 (and does 120hz at that res), but it looks much better than I thought when feeding it a HD signal like a Blu-Ray.
Yes, you are in pretty good shape already:
- You have a PC with a graphics card, that can send 120 frames per second to the projector, at its native resolution.
- You have the nVidia driver and IR transmitter connected to your PC, with the shutter glasses
Now, all you need is a Blu-ray player application that can:
- Decode two streams from the 3D Blu-ray's MVC data
- Send images from those two streams alternatingly to your graphics card
- Tell the nVidia driver which parity to signal to the shutter glasses for each of these images
That will give you 60 Hz per eye at 1024x768. The only advantage you would get from a standalone 3D Blu-ray player and a 1080p 3D projector would be 1920x1080, also at 60 Hz per eye.