I’m going to find this information for you. I’ll keep you posted.
I found something that didn't get translated to the new laptop and just got it fixed. The answer is YES, the Intel HD Graphics is able to output in a format that can drive our Glasses-Free 3D display using the Full High Definition 3D HDMI specification. Thanks for your support. www.markresources.com
Thanks a lot for letting us know.
I have a similar issue.. I'm trying to determine if I can output 3d gaming/stereoscopic to a 3d capable monitor using HDMI 1.4. My MSI GE70 Apache has Nvidia GTX 860M and Intel HD 4600 graphics, with all video output ports (HDMI 1.4 and VGA) directly connected to the Intel HD 4600. Nothing is connected directly to the Nvidia card. Intel website says this:
- For Gaming: For stereoscopic 3D gaming, you need a third-party application that is designed to convert games to stereoscopic 3D content on Intel graphics. Contact your computer manufacturer to see what software is compatible with your system.
What kind of drivers would I need? Both video chipsets support stereoscopic 3D. My laptop monitor doesn't, but I have an external monitor that supports 3D. When I connect this monitor to the MSI laptop, I see no way to enable stereoscopic video output like I can on my other computer with GT 555m graphics.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
By the way, I have active shutter 3D glasses with the Acer HN274H BMIIID 3D monitor.