Minimum PC requirements
System memory: 1 GB system memory
Disk space: 100 MB free disk space
Graphics card: Quad Core graphics card
Operating system: Dependant on the content being used
Configuring Promethean projectors for 3D
1. Connect your computer to the projector using a VGA or HDMI cable and power on the projector using the remote control
2. Press the Menu button on the remote control to open the projector menu
3. Press ◄► on the remote control to move to the Installation II menu
4. Press ▲▼ to move to the Advanced menu and press Enter or ►
5. Press ▼ to move to the 3D menu option and press Enter or ►
6. Select the 3D option and use ◄► to select DLP-Link
7. Press ▲▼ to move to 3D Format and use ◄► to select the relevant 3D format
Frame Packing consists of two images or frames, one for the left eye and one for the right eye that are ‘packed’ together into one frame. This single frame is then displayed to the user. The key feature of Frame Packing is that each frame contains the full resolution, rather than the resolution halving due to more than one image.
Top/bottom uses two frames, on top of each other to create the 3D image. The top frame is for the left eye and the bottom frame for the right; these frames are merged into one image by the output device and made viewable by the glasses worn by the viewer. Each frame is half its normal vertical resolution, which allows less powerful graphics cards to output this format.
Side by side
Side by side 3D uses two frames next to each other, one for each eye. These frames are then processed into one image by the output device and made viewable by the 3D glasses. Each frame has half its normal horizontal resolution, which allows less powerful graphics cards to output this format.
Frame Sequential 3D uses two images or frames one for each eye; frames are displayed one after each other at such a rate that you perceive only one 3D image.
3D Sync Invert
DLP Link technology is used to connect the 3D glasses to the projector. This means that the 3D glasses automatically connect to the projector without human intervention.
Stereoscopic 3D uses two images to create the 3D effect, one for the right eye and one for the left. When the 3D glasses are connected, they have a 50/50 chance of connecting each eye to the correct image on the screen.
Should the content not be displayed correctly as the 3D glasses have not connected to the projector correctly, you should set the 3D Sync Invert option to On using the ► button on your remote control.