Cheapest way to enjoy 3D movies

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    Wrightway Stone Member

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    Hi All,
    I am a 3D contents postworker, I will introduce the cheapest way to view 3D contents:
    Method to view 3D visual movies at lowest budget, no need of PC or Mac computer, just preparing as followings:
    1. 3D projector (1280x720) (Optoma HW536 with 2 pairs of shutter glasses or other brand 3D projectors),
    2. Multimedia player (IBT-1283 or ZP500A or other ones), price around 100-150 US dollars,
    1. Reset multimedia player to NTSC (720x480 resolution), it is important step to reset to firmware setting,
    2. Connect multimedia player and 3d projector with analog (composite) video line (multimedia player "out", 3d projector "in"), not HDMI,
    3. Multimedia player analog (composite) audio R and L output to speakers,
    4. Silver screen, or white wall, white paper, white cloth to project on.
    And another important thing is preparing an USB external harddisk and downloaded with 3d interlaced (720x480) contents, and plug into multimedia player.
    That all OK, play and click to open 3d shutter glasses (must be the 3d projector equipped glasses), enjoy the astonishing 3d visual effects from 3d movies.
    Another one, you can rip your 3D DVD (not Blue-Ray 3D) with DVDFab (software) to external USB, then you are able to choose chapters of the 3D movie.
    I am offering services to postworks for home HD 3d R and L videos to NTSC interlaced 3d movie for 3d projector usages.
    My email address: [email protected]talbb.net.tw
    Besides, you may download samples from:
    http://mediafire.com/?861ko7s4xsgec
    http://mediafire.com/?oelgcbzp3679v
    http://mediafire.com/?dbk03v9dwdkgc
    http://hotfile.com/dl/95033524/fc4d...interlaced.720.x480.NTSC.MultiPlayer.avi.html
    http://hotfile.com/dl/96585468/2ffa....Projector.3D.NTSC.video.Multiplayer.avi.html
    http://hotfile.com/dl/96532683/53a5....Projector.3D.NTSC.video.Multiplayer.avi.html
    Good Luck!
     
    Wrightway Stone, Feb 6, 2011
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    khene_rae New Member

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    There is another way too! Ive tried It at home and a lot of people tried it already! why dont you try it?
    Do you want to experience 3D at home but you do not have a budget for buying a 3d television? Now..there is a solution for that!
    Now we are going start to build our own 3d Theater--pause--at home!
    First we need....your Television! any television may work but not the old and black and white ones.Any colored tv may do(Dont worry we will not dissect your TV and your Mom is not going to kill you .
    Next,We should isolate the room from
    readmore at http://emagbox.blogspot.com/2011/03...howComment=1301798444276#c6927407593698714936
    3d theater at HOME.Really Amazing!
     
    khene_rae, Apr 3, 2011
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    Let me explain more clearly about this article.
    My first goal is for Truecolor 3D interlaced (pageflipping) movies with shutter 3D glasses, and not for anaglyph cyan-red 3d movies.
    Classic CRT monitor (60Hz) connected with DVD player, you need a "Virtual FX 3D Converter" (seller: http://www.i-glassesstore.com/converter.html), then you can enjoy 3D DVD (not BlueRay 3D) movies, because it is based in Left and Right eyes each 30 frames and to occupy 60 frames of interlaced 60HzCRT monitor.
    But new Liquid monitor is 120Hz, and normal liquid monitor does have 60Hz, but the display method is not as the CRT interlaced.
    New kinds of 3D BlueRay uses side-by-side, up-and-down file formats, they need 3D BlueRay player to achieve pageflipping works, if no 3D BlueRay player, then you need a PC or MAC to use Peter Wimmer's Stereoscopic Player software to do the pageflipping works, or using NVIDIA's 3D kit, all to generate Left_Right each 60 frames to fill the 120Hz Liquid monitor.
    If you want to enjoy Truecolor 3D movies, and not prepare purchasing 3D Liquid monitor just now, then you can use my "cheapest-way-enjoy-3d-movies" article as a reference.
    Thanks all.
     
    Wrightway Stone, Apr 3, 2011
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