Do you want triple brightness for your H5360 DLP..? ...and relatives, check in!
Then lets find a way to enable Generic CRT mode and run it on 100hz, flickerfree.

I managed 100hz running, only the glasses are upside down and nvfail box opens. Again, its triple as bright and flickerfree.

I think CRT mode should fix this.

So who knows about CRT mode ...?
Then lets find a way to enable Generic CRT mode and run it on 100hz, flickerfree.



I managed 100hz running, only the glasses are upside down and nvfail box opens. Again, its triple as bright and flickerfree.



I think CRT mode should fix this.



So who knows about CRT mode ...?

#1
Posted 12/14/2010 11:15 PM   
I assume you're talking about running you're projector at it's highet none 3D refresh rate to get back the brightness loss through DLP-Link (since you're not using it anyway)?
This ought to work, you'd have to somehow work around the NVFail box, and somewhat harder it may be the case that NVidia tweaks glasses timings /display based on the EDID.
I assume you're talking about running you're projector at it's highet none 3D refresh rate to get back the brightness loss through DLP-Link (since you're not using it anyway)?

This ought to work, you'd have to somehow work around the NVFail box, and somewhat harder it may be the case that NVidia tweaks glasses timings /display based on the EDID.
#2
Posted 12/15/2010 12:01 AM   
The showstopper might be the shutterglasses "dead time" , opaque to transparent reset takes up to 2.5 mS . In that case we can still use a "polarization modulator".

But It works flawless as far I see! And indeed, this is the dlp-link-less "depthQ" mode.
http://www.depthq.com/faq.html
Only nvidia is applying some kind of rescaling, when it runs in nvfail mode, we want to knock that out. /happy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':happy:' />

Funny this projector is already the best bang for the buck and it can be improved upon like no tomorrow. /tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':tongue:' />

Cheap add on circuit between the PC and the projector can be added for timing tweaks, I have to build one for my 16:10 CRT monitor anyway ( in transit).
The showstopper might be the shutterglasses "dead time" , opaque to transparent reset takes up to 2.5 mS . In that case we can still use a "polarization modulator".



But It works flawless as far I see! And indeed, this is the dlp-link-less "depthQ" mode.

http://www.depthq.com/faq.html

Only nvidia is applying some kind of rescaling, when it runs in nvfail mode, we want to knock that out. /happy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':happy:' />



Funny this projector is already the best bang for the buck and it can be improved upon like no tomorrow. /tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':tongue:' />



Cheap add on circuit between the PC and the projector can be added for timing tweaks, I have to build one for my 16:10 CRT monitor anyway ( in transit).

#3
Posted 12/15/2010 12:06 AM   
Sweet idea - keep us updated.
Sweet idea - keep us updated.

#4
Posted 12/15/2010 02:34 PM   
Tried, but no luck getting a DepthQ EDID. Maybe we should ask the geforce company directly?

Why LCD's have 100hz mode , when the pj can run @ 100hz as well?

It'd be required for smooth playback of 50i video source.
Tried, but no luck getting a DepthQ EDID. Maybe we should ask the geforce company directly?



Why LCD's have 100hz mode , when the pj can run @ 100hz as well?



It'd be required for smooth playback of 50i video source.

#5
Posted 12/15/2010 09:15 PM   
Would this:

http://3dvision-blog.com/how-to-use-any-3d-dlp-projector-together-with-3d-vision/

Possibly allow us to use the generic CRT 100hz mode?
Would this:



http://3dvision-blog.com/how-to-use-any-3d-dlp-projector-together-with-3d-vision/



Possibly allow us to use the generic CRT 100hz mode?

#6
Posted 12/28/2010 09:56 PM   
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