ADL: I need information about 3D glasses using ADT

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Fri Sep 17 03:49:34 PDT 2010


Hi
tFT monitors use triangles to effect 3D.  therein your head position will affect the result.
Gav.





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On 17 Sep 2010, at 07:33, Gyanendra Kumar <gyanendra99 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I just got a laptop (Windows 7) with Nvidia's 3D Vision tech i.e. 120Hz
> monitor, an emitter and 3D glasses. I am encountering the following error
> when I try to start 3D viewing:
> 
> "Stereo buffers are not present or not enabled on this system"
> enableStereo must be set to True in:
> ~/.mgltools/version_no./DejaVu/_dejavurc.
> 
> I found out the file mentioned here at changed the option to "True" and
> restarted ADT, but it still gives the same error.
> Does ADT need to be recompiled? How do I fix this problem?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> -Gyantft 
> 
> 
> On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 6:19 PM, Mark Swingle <mswingle at jaguar1.usouthal.edu
>> wrote:
> 
>> I have an old pair of NuVision glasses that I used for crystallography,
>> usually with applications that supported OpenGL quad-buffered stereographic
>> rendering. I haven't tried them with ADT but I'm pretty sure that ADT's
>> shutterglasses option is for OpenGL stereo (someone correct me if I'm
>> wrong).
>> At first glance, ISTM that the GeForce3D package is doing something else.
>> BTW, thanks for the link. I hadn't realized that there were any LCD
>> monitors
>> available with a 120Hz vertical refresh rate.
>> 
>> Quad-buffered stereo will require drivers that enable this functionality. I
>> haven't kept up with Nvidia's products lately, but I believe that this will
>> be restricted to workstation cards (i.e. Quadro). It's not that their
>> desktop
>> cards aren't capable of OpenGL stereo - the desktop drivers simply don't
>> enable it (IIRC, for Windows systems, you may be able to find hacked
>> drivers
>> that turn this option on). Caveat - my knowledge of this topic is a few
>> years
>> out of date, things may have changed recently.
>> 
>> For non-nvidia hardware, I've had good luck with drivers from xig (
>> http://www.xig.com/index.html ). Again, it's been a few years.
>> 
>> Hope this helps.
>> 
>> Regards,
>> 
>> Mark
>> 
>> On Thursday 15 January 2009 05:01:36 pm Miguel Quiliano Meza wrote:
>>> Dear ATD developers and Dockers
>>> 
>>> I am a frequently user of autodock4, I use ADT 1.5.2 to achieve my works.
>>> 
>>> ADT 1.5.2 has the option of work with "shutter glasses". My doubts are:
>>> 
>>> does anyone in the comunity have experience using 3D glasses with ADT? if
>>> it, what kind of glasses? working in linux or windows?
>>> 
>>> I am interested in buy a kit of GeForce 3D Vision Bundle (The Ultimate
>>> Stereoscopic 3D bundle for PC, by the way.. this package only works in
>>> windows).
>>> 
>>> http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_GeForce_3D_VisionBundle_us.html
>>> 
>>> As you know technical features are important, Can ADT 1.5.2 work with
>>> these 3D glasses or similars?
>>> 
>>> I would be very grateful if you can help me with opinions or advices.
>>> 
>>> thanks in advance.
>>> 
>>> Miguel Quiliano
>>> Bioinformatics Unit.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
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