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Our software supports stereoscoptic vision using devices such as the Planar system (www.Planar3d.com) You can use either the mirror system with two monitors or the Nvidia 3D vision kit with the IR emitter and shutter glasses with a single monitor such as the Planar SA2311W23 or SamSung Model 2233RZ or equivalent. We recommend the nvidia quadro fx 580 graphics card or higher for this function. If using the IR Emitter and shutter glasses, the nvidia quadro fx 3700 or higher with the DIN connector will be a bit better. Below are instructions to set up the nvidia card for stereo for Windows and Linux.
Within the programs, when you have a 3D room view, under "Frame Control" select "Options..." and then turn on stereo. If the Stereo option is grayed out, then you did not get a stereo visual. Review set up of your graphics card. See also Stereo in the user's manual for System2100 under section "3D Views".
Planar Mirror System Right click the desk top and select Nvidia control panel or select the same from the Control Panel. Select set up multiple displays:
Check mark both monitors.
Right click on the 2nd monitor and select as clone:
You will then see the two cloned together:
Then select Manage 3D Settings and enable stereo and Use nView Clone mode:
For the Planar mirror system. You need to make the following selections in xorg.conf:
Option "Stereo" "4"
Option "TwinView" "True"
Option "TwinViewOrientation" "clone"
Option "AllowDFPStereo" "True"
With nvidia-xconfig you can use the command arguments (all on one /ine or do one at a time or use the continuation (\):
You will have to reboot the computer.
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