Originally Posted by swak
Upside down would not be acceptable. are you saying the reverse setting would not work as suggested above?
In your TV, you have settings for Glass L-R (left vs right) but there is only one setting for all glasses. This setting will establish which eye will be allowed to see first in the sequence. Some glasses work in reverse of others - this signal for Left Eye Open in one style of glasses is Right Eye Open in the other style of glasses. Only one eye is allowed to see at any given time. The proper sync is Left Lens open (allowing the left eye to see) and Right Lens closed (blocking the right eye) when the Left Image is displayed. Then the lenses switch to allow the right eye to see and block the left eye. The image on screen is also changed to show the right image. This happens 120 times a second (that is why you do not perceve this happening) allowing the left eye to see 60 times a second and the right eye to see the other 60 times a second.
If the glasses are out of sync with the display of each image, the 3D does not work correctly and it is very uncomfortable.
So if the "Standard" shows correctly for you IR glasses and incorrectly for your DLP Link glasses and you change this setting to "Reverse" now your DLP Link glasses work correctly but your IR glasses work incorrectly.
Turning over one type glasses and using them upside down does correct this (becasue the lens for left eye is now over the right eye) but it is not a very suitable solution.