questions3d on lcd tv without the tv being 3d?

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I only have a general idea of how that all works together but I think you'd probably have timing issues if the TV was only doing the processing to display to the TV and not the processing to control the glasses.

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@tygerdave: Good call. I know some games have an input lag timer/compensator - perhaps something similar could work here?

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@dcalotta: That is what my thought is. As it is a digital signal, and not to change or compensate w/ a buffer the actual picture, but to alter the timing of the pulse controlling the glasses if out of sync. There are, after all, only so many sub-frames/refresh cycle, therefore a "box" generated test pattern, and "button" to up/down the lense flipping signal sent by the box would establish the proper sync in compensating for cable length.

Anyone out there ultimately familiar with the possibility?