Tridef Supported Displays
Supported 3D Displays
Please Note: Some of the standard display types, including Dual Projection and Page-Flipped are not supported by all our products - please refer to Display Configuration for further information.
(standard display types)Anaglyph (red/cyan)
Page-Flipped (OpenGL Stereo)
Side By Side
4D-Vision GmbH4D-15 TM A1
4D-43 TM AD1 Pioneer 433
4D-50 TM AD2 Pioneer 502
4D-50 TM AD2 Pioneer 503
Dimension Technologies Inc.2015XLS 15" Virtual Window
2018XLQ 18.1" Virtual Window
Virtual Window 17
Virtual Window 19
HYUNDAI IT Corp.P240W / Xpol
NewSight CorporationNewsight 32"
Newsight 40" (AD2)
Pavonine Inc.Dimen G170
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.Samsung 3-D DLP(R) HDTV
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.SANYO 15" LCD
SANYO 17" Display
SANYO 20" Display
SANYO 40" Plasma
SANYO 50" Plasma
SANYO 8" LCD
SeeReal TechnologiesSeeReal C-i
SeeReal D4D CAD
SeeReal D4D MED
SHARP Corp., JapanSHARP 3D Laptop
SHARP Desktop 15"
StereoGraphics Corp.SG085 8.5" SynthaGram
SG181 18.1" SynthaGram
SG182 18.1" SynthaGram
SG202 20" SynthaGram
SG204 20" SynthaGram
SG222 22" SynthaGram
SG231 23" SynthaGram
SG404 40" SynthaGram
SG421 42" SynthaGram
SG422 42" SynthaGram
Super Perfect Ltd.SuperD HDL-46
To connect your 3-D Display, please follow the instructions provided with your display. Configuring your TriDef software to work with your 3-D Display from the full list of supported TriDef Displays involves setting the Manufacturer and Model in the TriDef Control Panel.
Connecting and configuring your 3-D Display is usually a simple matter. However, some modes have special conditions and requirements. These are discussed below.
Important: Product Compatibility
The modes specified on this page are only compatible with the following TriDef software:
Selecting this mode for other TriDef products will not produce the correct 3-D effect or result in one of the following error messages:
The selected 3-D Display is not supported by this version of <TriDef Product Name>
The TriDef licenses on this machine do not allow playback on the selected 3-D Display
Various 3-D display systems may require "Page Flipped" stereoscopic output. These systems generally incorporate LCD shutter glasses, head-mounted displays, or a Z-screen. If the manufacturer's documentation mentions "Page Flipping", "OpenGL Stereo", "Quad Buffered" or "Frame Sequential" as requirements, then use this mode.
To select these modes, open the TriDef Control Panel, set the Manufacturer to "(standard display types)" and the Model to "Page-Flipped (OpenGL Stereo)".
Please Note: Your Graphics Card MUST support these modes to work correctly. nVIDIA Quadro graphics cards support Page-Flipped (OpenGL Stereo).
Some 3-D display systems require separate outputs for the left and right views. This is usually the case when dual projectors are used with passive glasses.
For an nVIDIA graphics card, set the "nView Display Mode" to "Dualview".
Open the TriDef Control Panel and set the Manufacturer to "(standard display types)" and the Model to "Dual Projection".
Depending on the way a dual projection system is arranged, you may need to use "Dual Projection (Reverse)" instead. To determine which of these modes to use:
An alternative dual projection setup is available when using an nVIDIA Quadro card. Under "nView Display Settings", set the "nView Display Mode" to Clone.
Under "Performance & Quality Settings" (View: Advanced Settings) ensure that the "Stereo display mode" is set to "Use nView Clone mode"
Open the TriDef Control Panel and set the Manufacturer to "(standard display types)" and the Model to "Page-Flipped (OpenGL Stereo)".
With this setup, your Windows desktop will be cloned on both displays, and is therefore usually preferred over the Dualview, Dual Projection approach.
There are two Side By Side display modes:
These display modes allow the viewing of 3-D without glasses on standard 2D displays. The images intended for the left and right eyes are placed side by side. To see the 3-D effect the viewer must cross their eyes for "Side By Side (Cross-Eye)" mode or diverge their eyes (stare into the distance) for "Side By Side (Parallel)" mode.
If the window is too large, the viewer may not physically be able to cross or diverge their eyes enough to see the 3-D effect. In this case, the window should be reduced in size, or the viewer should move further away from the sreen.
These modes may also be useful for 3-D Displays that accept a side by side input mode (eg, DTI displays).
Supported 3-D Displays
The following tables describes the 3-D displays supported by TriDef software.More detailed display configuration instructions are available for the following display types:
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