I Couldn't wait to check it out, so stacked em up, laid LH Filter directly in front of the lens of the bottom w1070 and then handheld the RH Filter directly flat on and infront of the top w1070s lens.
Have to run them in eco mode because the fan on both of them is just to loud for my ears in normal mode. Then again the only thing Ive got left is my painfully at times excellent hearing.(can hear a bug fart at 10ft)
First thing I noticed, is the glasses just ain't gonna work for me, mainly because my own prescription glasses get in the way of them so stopping the from being closer to my face, therefore leaving just enough gap that my right eye can see the darker image in its peripheral vision from the left lens and my father has even bigger glasses, so no chance of him wearing them
Right, (please dont take this as any kind of review as its not fully setup yet)
Back to my first experience of passive 3d at home (90" screen). Now, Im guessing I haven't got the filters setup right because I had quite abit of ghosting in the image(not seen with active hd33) on the odd occasion which was mainly at the back of the image and around the sides.
While Depth was ok at times, the usual pop out from this Bluray was not good at all. Now maybe im just expecting to much, but I was hoping it would be alot better then active 3d.
Hopefully the magic screen paint will work wonders on the image/depth and pop out and Im hoping my temp filter mounting technique, if you can call it that(lol) was the reason for the ghosting and lack of depth and pop out. Here's hoping.
I still cant figureout how to run 2 seperate images from the pc to both projectors at the same time using stereoscopic player, so for now I had my laptop sending the LH image and pc sending the RH image. Boy was it fun getting them in sync....
I used dvdfab8 to demux the imax space Bluray to get the seperate L+R Images.