From: John Stone (
Date: Mon Nov 28 2016 - 00:07:15 CST

Hi Cyril,
  Thanks for the followup email. I hope that you found it relatively easy
to get everything up and running. Let us know if you have any remaining
questions. I was unavailable to answer your previous email when you sent
it but I'm happy to answer any lingering questions you may still have.

  John Stone

On Thu, Nov 24, 2016 at 11:08:16AM +0100, Cyril Bauvais wrote:
> Hi,
> Just to give a feedback. VMD in 3D works very well and easily with linux
> workstations with cheap nvidia card and also with macbook pro 2015. (test
> with optoma 3D projector and active glasses)
> Regards,
> Cyril
> 2016-11-04 0:18 GMT+01:00 Cyril Bauvais <[1]>:
> Dear All,
> I am new to mailing list. I searched in the archives but I didn't find
> full answers for my questions, despite I got very useful informations.
> We are planing to build a system to project vmd in 3D, so I am searching
> a videoprojector suitable for my needs.
> We will use this system in two different situations :
> 1. to have work session in office, with computer (Ubuntu, i7, GTX 980
> Ti) which have allready 2 screens. We would like to add a third output
> to the videoprojector with 3D display.A
> The distance between screen and projector is less than 3 meters (office
> width)
> 2. to have a portable system. It would be very good if it works with our
> macbook pro 2015 (intel graphic cards inside).
> it seems we should buy a passive 3D videoprojector but I would like
> someone from mailing list to confirm it can produce nice results before
> buy it. and which specifications are very important to search ?
> in case 1, I will use interleaved mode of vmd and will maximise the vmd
> window to the third output, which will be the videoprojector (with 3D
> mode off)
> in case 2, I will try to use the same idea, the videoprojector would the
> second screen of macbook.
> So, in fact, if I well understoof, I do not need quadro cards ?
> Thanks for your help,
> Regards,
> Cyril
> References
> Visible links
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