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Amaury
08-25-08, 06:49 PM
pretty snazzy looking. http://www.electronista.com/articles/08/08/25/viewsonic.vx2265wm.demo/ Hopefully they'll come out with larger screens - like 28". 22" provides too small of a field imo for 3d viewing. maybe they can't get the 3ms speed on a larger display?

http://images.macnn.com/esta/content/0808/viewsonicvx2265wm-lg.jpg

DaveW
08-25-08, 07:11 PM
Nothing in the article says its a 3D display. I guess it has the refresh rate to work with shutter glasses though, unlike most LCDs.

crainger
08-25-08, 08:47 PM
I'm wondering about these 3D displays. ASUS is making them too, as is Zalman. WTF! How are they 3D and how do they work? I'm going with what DaveW said, which is disappointing. ::(:

Amaury
08-25-08, 08:50 PM
you are right. the screen successively post 60 images for the left eye, and 60 for the right for a total of 120hz to avoid the flickering 30hz migraine induced 3d image from the standard 60hz lcd. Polarized glasses take care of the redistribution and Nvidia's 3d stereoscopic driver. I heard Samsung is also making a 120hz computer lcd monitor at end of year. the monitor provides dual link dvi for the extra 120hz bandwidth.

crainger
08-25-08, 08:55 PM
Sexy Beach in 3D?!

EciDemon
08-26-08, 03:57 AM
I'm wondering about these 3D displays. ASUS is making them too, as is Zalman. WTF! How are they 3D and how do they work? I'm going with what DaveW said, which is disappointing. ::(:

Dunno bout the others, but the zalman uses an odd/even polarized surface (every other line). So you use suplied glasses with it. So no shutter glasses there but glasses still.

In 3d mode without glasses the image would look very blurry as every other line is displaced, with glasses on you only see one set of horisontal lines for each eye. So thats how they show two perspectives on one screen.

In normal desktop use, it would work as your average 22" lcd :)

I think the idea is pretty good, but it's not perfect yet i think.

wysiwyg
08-26-08, 09:15 AM
pretty snazzy looking. http://www.electronista.com/articles/08/08/25/viewsonic.vx2265wm.demo/ Hopefully they'll come out with larger screens - like 28". 22" provides too small of a field imo for 3d viewing. maybe they can't get the 3ms speed on a larger display?

http://images.macnn.com/esta/content/0808/viewsonicvx2265wm-lg.jpg

lol at people who think it appears like that

Yaboze
08-26-08, 09:21 AM
lol at people who think it appears like that

lol, I was thinking the same thing.

"amg, its teh scary real dragun"

EciDemon
08-29-08, 08:55 AM
Thats the problem, you cant show them with pictures

XDanger
08-29-08, 06:53 PM
I'm wondering about these 3D displays. ASUS is making them too, as is Zalman. WTF! How are they 3D and how do they work? I'm going with what DaveW said, which is disappointing. ::(:

Don't forget iZ3D http://www.iz3d.com/

Driver works with anaglyph (colored lense) and compatible with ALL drivers ATI and NVidia





(no DX10 Support, Doesnt work with Crysis on Nvidia platform, May cause loss off bowel control and sickness)

crainger
08-29-08, 07:05 PM
lol at people who think it appears like that

I reject your reality and substitute my own.

wysiwyg
08-29-08, 07:11 PM
http://www.metronetiq.com/archives/reality/reality-check.jpg