If you have it, you know what it is.
If you don’t, it’s an anaglyph (Red/Blue) glasses driver that gives certain OpenGL games stereoscopic graphics.
It’s been discontinued, and I don’t need/want the glasses, anyway.
If anyone has a copy they don’t want, I’d like to buy it. (Although, ideally, since it’s “abandonware” it’d be nice if you just “loaned” me a copy… You know, in the spirit of software preservation, and all that. ;-))
(Can’t edit posts anymore :-()
Note, while I still would like a copy of ESL, now I’m also looking for copies of the WINx3D drivers (for both 9x and XP/2K) and something called “VRCaddy”.
The makers of both seem to be defunct, and I can’t find them on the usual p2p sources.
I’ll also take anything else related to shutter-glasses, especially “H3D,” “e-Dimensional,” and things using interlaced video modes.
Does anyone have a copy of WinX3D that I could get/use until the commercial version comes out (if it ever does)?
YES! I finally found a copy of the 2000/XP version on emule! I’d still like a copy of 98, though… Maybe someone has it to trade?
Here’s an ed2k link. I’ll probably leave it up for quite a while.
Okay, I now have 3 versions of WinX3D. But, to actually use it, I need the SDK so I can write some software, since there’s NOTHING OUT THERE THAT USES IT!!! :/
The worst part is that I had both the drivers and the SDK at one time! Now that I have shutter-glasses, NOTHING!
Sorry… I’m okay, now.
Maybe I can reverse-engineer an SDK…
PLEASE leave this up for a while. I recently bought an HMD with stereo support, but having an ATI card I am SOL :/ Hopefully these x3d drivers will help. I am also looking for anything thats related to stereo drivers. Thanks.
I removed the self-extract module from the one above (it may still have sources, though *shrug*)
Here are some new links:
And, a WinX3D-based video player (haven’t tested it)
Congrats on the HMD, BTW! What’s the make/model? Where’d you get it? How much? 🙂
I’m this close to getting an Nvidia card. Apparantly, they’re the best cards for “depth-heads” like us 😉
If you find the WinX3D SDK, be sure let me know!