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Has anyone interfaced the HDMI port on their computer to a 3D HDTV?

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Several of the programs I have written output stereo pairs, side by side, on my laptop.  With aged eye muscles and some training these images fuse nicely into 3D.  I think those left (0 degrees) and right (6 degree tilt) panels could be placed in an animated gif and played as a 3D movie.  However, for an audience, it would be better to be on a large monitor and use interlaced frames with polarized goggles.

Do we have any Mathematica-based techniques for packaging up interlaced frames, going out the computer's HDMI port, and going into a HDMI port on a 3D monitor?

I am not expecting to generate the images in real time.  This involves a fly-by of some of my virtual sculpture (helicalwood.com) with variations in r, theta, and phi - so there will be significant time spent calculating each frame.
POSTED BY: Douglas Youvan
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Sean,

Yes, anaglyphs might be the best way to go right now if your object's color isn't too important.  That would be true of my sculpture.  The attached file uses cyan-red glasses (I think).


Thanks,
Doug
POSTED BY: Douglas Youvan
No, I haven't seen any functionality made for Mathematica and 3D monitors. I'm not familiar with the format you'd need to create either. It sounds like a complicated project.

Most examples of 3D visualization have been ones using Anaglyphs:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaglyph_3D

http://www.demonstrations.wolfram.com/3DAnaglyphGraphics/

http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/9327/is-it-possible-to-produce-anaglyphs-with-mathematica
POSTED BY: Sean Clarke
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