Originally Posted by Toknowshita
Just choose what works best for your environment.
Active is the easiest way to go for a projector setup without making wholesale changes in the setup. In a dark environment I have no issue with active glasses... no flicker, decent brightness, etc. The only major downside is the cost of the glasses. One big advantage with the MV3D active glasses was the ability to adjust duty cycle/delay to nearly eliminate all the x-talk.
No need to make passive vs. active a format war. You can play your 3D content on either display system.
In the three years I've been watching 3DTV via active shutter glasses I've acquired a lot of experience in all the things that can go wrong.
In addition, I've also found that dealing with them is more then I'm willing to tolerate.
Not only that, but the 3D projector manufacturers have decided to not support any form of interlaced input from a computer thus making my necessary windowed 3D impossible.
MY theater lies dormant with a Sony LCOS projector on the ceiling and a 8 foot screen with motorized masking. In front of the screen sits a 82" Mitsubishi 3DTV which is not used anymore because I have major issues with it not to mention the problems we now have with active glasses.
Unfortunately, it seems I'm the only 3D viewer on plant Earth that requires windowed 3D.