Is 3D Vision possible on new LG HDMI 2.1 TVs?

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Is 3D Vision possible on new LG HDMI 2.1 TVs?

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Hello people nice that I found this forum!
Would you like to know if 3D Vision is possible on the new HDMI 2.1 TVs?
The LG models even support Gsync now:

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/ne ... lable-now/

would be nice if we could find a solution.


I own a 23" 3D Vision Monitor, and 4 Polarisation 3D TVs 3x LG 1x Sony.

but consider finding a solution for future acquisitions.

Many greetings

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Re: Is 3D Vision possible on new LG HDMI 2.1 TVs?

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can't anyone say anything here?

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Re: Is 3D Vision possible on new LG HDMI 2.1 TVs?

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I believe that most people haven't tried any of this yet and can't help you sorry. With nvidia abandoning, hell, even actively killing off the 3D-technology it doesn't make it easier to tell either. :(
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Re: Is 3D Vision possible on new LG HDMI 2.1 TVs?

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would be worth it if someone would make an effort and get it to work... so you could enable 3d on these new displays. maybe you can create a modified driver especially for 3d on hdmi 2.1 displays?

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Re: Is 3D Vision possible on new LG HDMI 2.1 TVs?

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The real question there would be what 3D glasses would you use?

Typically the LG TVs came with their own glasses to match the passive polarization of the TVs for 3D.

If you are thinking you'd use the 3D Vision glasses here, it's extremely unlikely to work, because for 3D Vision monitors you need something that has LightBoost, otherwise you get too much crosstalk/ghosting. TVs typically don't use fast switch LCDs, so even if you got the glasses to sync, I expect it would look terrible.

Anything higher that 1ms grey-to-grey is right out, and even then you pretty much need LightBoost to make it work. People have tried to get 3D Vision glasses working on other monitors with 1ms g2g, and they don't work acceptably.

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