Originally Posted by motorman45
you can use LCD on a normal screen for 3d with our filters. i have many customers using panasonic and sony lcd units with my filters
I have indeed read that and should of known, you must be getting sick of me by now (lol-jk)
What I meant to ask before was, why dlp over lcos or lcd. From what I've read it would appear that dlp is supposed to be best for no ghosting and in game response times compared to the others, but not as good at getting as good contrast ratio's???
Now doing it with your setup, shouldn't that negate the ghosting issue on the lcos/lcd projectors??
I can see generally dlp is cheaper in the most part until you want higher contrast from the dlp.
I need to chat with you more to get a better idea of what I will actually need at the minimum to make it all work internally so I can run a twin projector setup in one box with 1 external lens so no fine tuning needed by the owner once its setup.
The quick and simple way (FOR MYSELF RIGHT NOW) right now is to just stack 2 complete dlp projector internals with both lamps and lenses inside one box with your dlp omega 3d filters just behind each lens and adjust the lens offsets to line up on my wall around 10ft away. The final goal is to have just one external lens so no need for alignment adjustments as per the failed attempt by LG.