Originally Posted by Ourselves
I have the light boost working. (It shows 3d mode on my monitors settings) But I really cant tell a huge diffrence between it on or off. Its at 1 Tick (10%) and i have bf3 capped at 120 fps. The 120 hz is a huge improvement from my 60 HZ and I feel like my eye strain is reduced a lot. But I feel like my eyes have to use focusing muscles a lot more. No more eye strain but eye training... Very weird. I can still see little stuttering steps. Very Very small movements when average speed panning the camera.
BF3 is just a stuttery game in many PC setups. Enabling Vsync should help, or you can try different GPU drivers.
Is this the full effect or am i doing something wrong and is there a test to find out.
You can test the 2d lightboost by using PixPerAn readability test. At 120hz non-lightboost should only be readable up to speed 7 or 8. Lightboost set to 10% should be readable up to the max speed, which is 30. Download Pixperan HERE
Originally Posted by miahallen
I became a huge fan of 3D with my 100" projector over the past year....its amzing with DLP because zero ghosting....but I think its not optimal with LCD technology. If only some manufacturer would produce a 1080p 3DVision projector
DLP is better for 3d due the crosstalk issue with LCD, but then your stuck at a low 720p res for 100inches of screen. But the 3d vision 2 monitors do have the least crosstalk on any monitors available. Default settings on the VG278H series have a lot of 3d ghosting. But with a little tweaking you can get almost zero 3d ghosting out of the monitors, you adjust the contrast down. I set 3D to contrast 68 with LB 100%. Unlike 2d lightboost mode where best settings are LB 10% and contrast 92.
3d Surround is jaw dropping, when it works correctly, it brings many life-like qualities to the game. Unfortunately only about 20% of newer games support it well.Edited by Swolern - 2/5/13 at 11:19pm