I was looking for something for a Virtual Boy.
There is something called a Virtual Tap which sends VB
video to a SCART or VGA RGB monitor.
Natively, the video is 2 separate video feeds for left eye and right eye, and both start as Black and White Greyscale. The Tap machine can tint it 8 ways, black and red, black and green, black and blue (hope no one got hurt), black and yellow (sing along with Wiz Kalifa) black and cyan, black and magenta, black and white (leave alone) and black and one custom 24-bit color. (Let's call it decker .) . )
I'm just seeing if one can be black and red, and the other is black and cyan, and since it works with analog monitors to minimize ping, would merging the red pin of L and the Green and Blue pins of R (G+B= C) be a simple way to combine pictures.
The only issue might be l/r sync. I also know there is a Macintosh program known as Bino 3d, which can convert different firms of 3D, but how good is that live on a Twitch stream?
Would that video have worked if the right eye had black and cyan instead of black and blue, or if one had red and Blue glasses, or are there other reasons why that video was wrong?
I don't have red and blue glasses to test it with. All I have in Anaglyph are red and cyan and Trioviz.