Sterescopic Projection using 2 projectors

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    mukund New Member

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    Hello everyone,

    Can anybody please tell me if it is possible to generate 3D stereoscopic images using 2 projectors? i googled a little and found that 120hz is essential for stereoscopy.

    Can anyone please tell me if i can do the same with 2 60hz displays? One displaying the left image and one displaying the right?

    And then viewing this through LCD shutter glasses? Is this possible?

    Thanks.
     
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    podgypig Active Member

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    This is our speciality. You need two identical projectors, a air of high transmittance polarising filters (cirucalr or linear) and a 3d mount for the projectors for alignment. Also a pc with a graphics card and 3d stereo player.


    www.speed3d.co.uk
     
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    I should mention that what i mention above is for passive 3d, so shutter glasses wont work. you need super cheap reald passive glasses (£2 each)
     
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