Agent556 wrote:if you have the resolution small enough, and you have a big enough monitor and can cross your eyes really really far, you might be able to cross your eyes enough to make both screens turn into one image. it would net you the same result, but would be very bad for your eyes.
Agent556 wrote:basically if you had those 3d goggle screen things, one window would be played on the left, and the other would be played on the right. the result is that the image that you end up seeing gives you a sense of depth.
md wrote:Yes, single monitor, normal computer (maybe) You need to find the driver software for those glasses and set it up. Unless you spent big bucks for a top of the line monitor, you'll probably have to drop your screen size to 640x480 or 00x600 to get the 130+hz refresh rate you need for them to function.
LCDs need something like a 2microsecond refresh rate.
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