Attached is an image of the relevant NVIDIA Control Panel settings for our
working ParaView stereo display setup. It looks like the main change from
your setup is to change "Stereo - Display Mode" to "Onboard DIN connector
(with NVIDIA 3D ...)".
For your reference, our system runs Windows 10 and has a Quadro M5000 and
an ASUS VG248QE 24-inch Full HD display. We did not need the optional 3-pin
DIN connector port that seems almost impossible to buy anywhere.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 3:17 PM, Gao <g...@pztop.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to make the stereo 3D working on Paraview but it doesn't work.
> I don't know what is the problem.
> I got NVIDIA 3D VISION 2 glasses and set it up on my Windows 10 PC.
> Installed the driver for the QUADRO 4000 card. Tested with the Nvidia
> Control Panel (version 8.1.1030.0) and the I can see the 3D demo through
> the glasses.
> Then I downloaded a sample vtk file from here:
> I changed some setting on Nvidia Control Panel:
> Manage 3D setting:
> Stereo - Display mode : Generic active stereo (with NVIDIA 3D Vision)
> Stereo -Enable: On
> Stereo -Swap eyes: Off
> Now I run paraview with：
> paraview.exe --stereo --stereo-type="Crystal Eyes"
> Then I open the vtk file I downloaded. I don't see 3D, and the image is
> flickering. But the emitter green light is ON.
> Can someone help me to get this 3D display going?
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