[Chimera-users] Fwd: Re: 3D stereo
Nadir T. Mrabet
Nadir.Mrabet at medecine.uhp-nancy.fr
Mon Nov 22 10:31:38 PST 2010
Well I am trying to get feed-back from colleagues with hands-on
experience with 3D DLP as a support for teaching and/or small-group
Please, could anyone answer my (practical) question regarding which
beamer has worked best, in their hands, for a 30-50 people conference room.
Later on, after I've got an answer on that, then I will perhaps address
a new question regarding glasses.
Many thanks in advance.
PS: Thanks Greg. May I say the actual spelling is "Bonne chance" as luck
is a "feminine" word in French (with all due implications).
Pr. Nadir T. Mrabet
Structural& Molecular Biochemistry
Nutrigenex - INSERM U-954
Nancy University, School of Medicine
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On 22/11/2010 09:37, Greg Couch wrote:
> Hi Nadir,
> Definitely investigate the ViewSonic products, but from their website,
> it is unclear what 3D-ready means to ViewSonic. You'll need to talk
> to a salesman. My guess is that they only work with the NVIDIA 3D
> Vision active glasses and if so, for a large audience, you'd would
> need the more expensive NVIDIA 3D Vision PRO glasses (they use RF
> instead of IR) for people in the back to reliably see the stereo
> images (alternatively, you would need several IR stereo emitters to
> fill the whole room -- just like a movie theater, don't get stuck
> behind the big guy).
> Presumably you have a conference room that you would like to put the
> projector in. I'd recommend having DepthQ bring a demonstration
> system to that room and show you stereo images (eg., a 3D movie) and
> where they think the farthest reasonable sitting position is. Then
> you can stand at the back and the sides of the room to see for yourself.
> Bon Chance,
> On 11/20/2010 5:28 AM, Nadir.Mrabet at medecine.uhp-nancy.fr wrote:
>> Hi Matt,
>> Thanks for your input.
>> First, I should correct my ealier statement: DepthQ sells Christie's
>> but does not manufacture them.
>> From your mail, I understand that 30 people is the largest audience
>> you can pack
>> using the 3D with DepthQ, otherwise correct me please.
>> Active stereo glasses 'Xpand' cost around $100, now, but battery
>> replacement can
>> indeed become costly over time.
>> What sort of tricks have you been able to collect over your 15+ years
>> to implement stereo correctly.
>> I hear elsewhere that the ViewSonic DLP beamer (~$1400) might be a
>> better option
>> and that it is worthless spending more money.
>> GREG- I also need your input.
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