The Barco DCi's do active 3D. For passive 3D you'll need (third party) equipment, like off-set frequency filters from Infinitec or a filter by RealD. BTW, the projection summit next month will see a demo by Necsel and Infitec showing a LASER projector with two times three (RGB) LASERs, with an frequency off-set and filter combination.
"6P 3D Laser Projector
A 6P 3D laser projector means there are six laser primary wavelengths used to create the 3D image. Three RGB wavelenths are used to create the left eye image while three slightly different RGB wavelengths are used to create the right eye image. Such a solution will allow brighter, more efficient and higher contrast 3D images for cinemas, visualization, entertainment, medical, and many other specialized markets. For the first time, Necsel and Infitec will team up to demonstrate their 6P solution at Projection Summit."
Craig Rounds, http://www.avsforum.com/u/7512988/CIR-Engineering
, has quite some experience in getting CRT Front Projectors to do 3D, he has a few threads on the subject either here or over at Curt's forum.Edited by donaldk - 5/23/13 at 5:39pm