Thanks for the advice. There is some speculation that Omega 3D filters pass much more light with DLP than with lcos. At least there was a comment theorizing that in the Ultimate 3D thread. We'll see...1. polarizers don´t need 3d luts, they are close enough. just have cms so you can get whitepoint corrected. , i tried omegas with lut boxes and im pretty shure the image can be get pretty good but i just did not have the lumens to do it. the omegas cut light a ton and if you try to correct colors with 3dluts its another big cut.
2. I don´t remember that good but i think i have tried the omegas also on silverscreen. i have mitsubishi hc5 and they don´t have that much lumens and i think the omegas is atlest 30 or 40% dimmer.
but they have zero crosstalk i mean white on black. but still the 3d is so much more 3d and imersive when the lighoutput is better so i have used the polarizers. plus the omega glasses are horrible to wear. if would use the omega filtter i would try to cut the front off from the glasses and 3d print some custom parts to wear them.
3.omega is cleaner if you use white screen. offcourse it is as all silverscreens have noise from the metal particles. the 5d versions like stewart ect have less noise but they also compromise some crosstalk on the same.
4. sxrd is panel technique like d-ila. D-ila is what jvc uses, sxrd is similar that sony for example uses or mitsubishi , when they were on busines. currently sony sxrd penels are only on sony.
If you are ok with fullhd i would just get two sony hw65´s for 2000 a piece. I have been think of that. but i would also like a native 4k allthough the 4k is kind of pointless as there is no possibility of getting 4k 3d, atleast for games, and thats the real DEAL. there is nothing like it. havent played in 2d for 10 years. It´s so booring, 4k or not. still if there was a native 4k projector that could deliver better fullhd image with scaling to 4k then maby that. Jvc N5 for example. it´s just ****ing expensive in pair. Nvidia 3d vision can output 1440p that would be utilized on a 4k projector but geobox can only take 3d in at max [email protected] .. 1440p could maby taken in at some lover refresh but i have not tried.
I personally can´t stand 1 chip designs so i favour 3 chip designs. besides LCD projectors are not even as good as SXRD with omega so if you get epson ect that kind of diminshes your omega choises i think.
5. yes. and the many times lighter glasses. like i said the omega glasses are heavy and awfull to wear.
6. Linear have better extingction so less crosstalk. but the negative side is you have to keep your head straight.
7. i have strong mdi samples. i did not like the grainy look of the hga. and it did not give any better crosstalk than my custom paint. havent tried severtson.
but what i have discovered, you gotta take most of the manyfacturers claims about the crosstalk and signal to noise ration talk with a grain of salt.. for example the elite screen cinegrey 5d is touted to have great extinction but ballsacks, the 3d that has better values was hands down much worse than my custom paint. The steward 5d is only thing i would take, but like i said, my paint costed about 200 euros for 135" custom screen so the stewart is 4800 more expensive and it only would give me little less noise and better 2d image. crosstalk i still have less.
also i have not tried the blackdiamond but that´s even more expensive here... ****ing ripoffs.
The strong mdi has the "circular" material , highwhite. I have a feeling it´s somewhat similar to stewart5d but it´s not sold to consumers....offcourse.
severtson i have no idea. Harkness spectrall 240 or 300 is also pretty ok for the price.
and i would get an sample of the silverscreen material awater3d sells. i have not tried that but i had a feeling it might be ok.
If you wanna try to paint yourself, get a sprayer and go to your local shop that sells carpaints, get some clear binder and some thinner, ask slowest possible. thin the binder and get atomized aluminium powder. mix.. paint few times. but you will need a sprayer and the smell is horrible.
I think for double stacking 3D, DLP is the best. The one weakness of DLP really is black levels, and raised black levels is a benefit in 3D for having less crosstalk. Besides that, the DLP motion makes a big difference in 3D apparently.
I probably wont be 3D gaming but I never thought of that, that you could do 4K 3D if you do it with gaming.
Have you ever tried VR? Like for gaming, is it it worth it to set up a 3D setup, or would you may as well do VR at that point? Of course, the same argument can be made for 3D movies.
And what about input lag? Are there any good projectors that dont have bad input lag that would ruin gaming?
Im not a big gamer anyway but definitely 3d gaming would be very cool.
Harkness has the Spectral 300, but also the Clarus 290. Do you know which material is better?
FYI I have no wall for a screen. Everything has to be pulldown, or a fixed screen that I will try to flip to the ceiling. Someone was helping me but they stopped responding so thats in limbo too.