Originally Posted by erik.vogan
Are there plans to make the 3D vision product work with openGL under linux ? It seems a rather obvious idea given that many of the Quadro FX cards already support quad-buffered stereo, but the Quadro cards are notably lacking from the list of supported cards even under windows.
This would be a slam-dunk sale to many academic and industrial labs working on scientific visualization, as well as data mining, so I am certain someone inside nvidia is working on it. Care to offer a timeframe ?
I'm in one of those academic labs, and we've already picked up a 3D Vision bundle in the expectation that it will eventually work with our Linux-based Quadro workstations, at which point we look forward to buying many more. Being stuck with buying CRTs and the other companies' clunky 3D goggles sucks.
I'd love it if I could recommend this solution to the rest of the community doing molecular visualization.