Can the various multiple monitor output technologies be used to drive a 3D screen?
There are solutions to connect more than 2 (two) - e.g. three (3) triple screen conventional 2D displays to a Mac Desktop or Notebook. The displays each display different things - i.e. NOT mirrored duplicates. So this means that a desktop display can be extended over the multiple screens.
To me, the Matrox solution looks the best (third listed above) on grounds of cost and performance - using the DVI directly may provide the best sync performance between the display outputs - vital for left and right eye 3D.
So I was thinking, is there a TV, projector or monitor display that accepts two simultaneous DVI inputs: one for left and one for right eye, to provide the 3D? If so, then the matrox solution could be used to generate 3D images from a standard Mac, perhaps some software to send the correct images would be necessary too. Something like: http://www.cineform.com/neo3d/index.php but perhaps cheaper.
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