[Chimera-users] Setup for 3D workstations?
kay_jay at earthlink.net
Sun Jul 27 23:34:29 PDT 2014
To (hopefully) clarify...
On 07/27/2014 10:42 PM, Kenward Vaughan wrote:
> Hello all,
> I apologize if this is skewed for the list; please correct me if so.
> with something like an Inspiron T5610, using an nVidia K4000 card.
I don't know if this card fits what is needed for sequential stereo. :(
> I was thinking that the nVidia 3D vision system made sense, but honestly
> don't know if that would work with 10 different ones going at once. I
> am unfamiliar with other options.
Having read the Chimera documentation online, I don't know if the
interleaved approach is ideal for people working together in a group
("This works well for a single viewer."). Is this still true with newer
monitors (wider angles, etc.)?
Since we have the money (big spillover from last year in a grant, and we
need to spend it quickly) (tough situation, right??), I figured to go
ahead with the sequential approach.
But if not the nVidia system, what then?
Of course, the passive glasses approach might still be best, as it seems
that people couldn't move from screen to screen (seeing others work)
without switching glasses. ???
Hate the idea of losing resolution though. The students may not
recognize the difference, of course.
> Would someone help me with this? There would be two or three students
> at each station, FWIW. Am I out in left field in my thinking?
Heh. Still feel out of the ballpark. Maybe the same city??
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