I just tested my first 3D glasses with projector Benq W1110s with my PC. To make it work, I had to enable 3D in Nvidia drivers and then I had to set 1920x1080p 24hz. Then I tested some SBS rip in Stereoscopic player. I had to set Viewing Method "NVIDIA 3D vision" and aspect ratio 16:9, then it worked well.
I have tested two glasses. Optoma ZD302 and Benq DGD5. Glasses Benq DGD5 were here for discount for a half price than ZD302 so I wanted to try both to see differences.
- view during movie (same colors and contrast - couldnt find difference)
- cable, bag, clean cloth
- outside color
- glasses foot are rubbered on ZD302, on DGD5 are made by normal glossy plastic (but both are same comfortable)
- glass color in daylight (ZD302 are more greeny/yellowish as you can see on photo, but when glasses are ON, colors in the movie looke really same like with DGD5)
- 1 extra nose attachment coming with Optoma
- it took longer to charge ZD302
- when I am turning on or turning off glasses, light is blinking different way on both glasses.
Main thing is that they work same and you cannot recognize which you are actually wearing. So buy cheaper ones ;-)
In day I saw annyoing reflections at the side of the glass but in the night I didnt see almost nothing. Just dont use lights behind your head
. At both I didnt hear any buzzing like some reviews says. Mayby it was just problem in 2015 which is solved now.
I hope this comparison will help to you.
I think both glasses are made by hi-shock.de with little different parameters: