The unofficial i-Art Eye3D-wired (PCI)
(3-in-1) page

page initialy released on Oct. 3, 2000

related websites:

i-Art (with support forum)
Eye3D 4-in-1 review
A-Win Magic 3D (pretty similar product)


Pro Con
+ light and comfortable 
+ large panels
+ fits over any prescribed glasses
+ headband
+ compatible to Wicked3D, Revelator and ASUS drivers
+ autosync for page-flipping and interlace
+ sync-doubler
+ holds page-flipping mode even if gfx-mode is changed
+ no external power-source or batteries required
+ very accurate synchronization, usually better than  Revelator and ASUS-on-board hardware
+ supports high resolutions and refresh rates
+ supports classic H3D/eyeSCREAM and i-Art color codes
+ image capture and viewer functions for several stereo-formats included in Activator 
+ comes with Wicked3D 3.5 universal game driver, Activator 2.0 and XidMary 3D-Studio Max plug-in
- no line-blanking
- no buttons whatsoever
- no stereo-reverse hotkey
- wastes a PCI-slot for little reason, only draws power from PCI
- completely controlled by color codes
- without the headband glasses tend to slip down the nose a bit
- no support for non-Windows operating systems
- without color code system remains dead

How to use Eye3D PCI with ELSA Revelator drivers
(for ELSA and NVidia powered boards only)

- Use Eye3D-Activator to set glasses into page-flipping mode.
- Start game.
-Hit the Revelator stereo on/off hotkey until you catch the right stereo orientation,
i.e. left eye sees left image, right eye sees right image.
Avoid a situation where the stereo orientation is reversed.

How to use Eye3D PCI with ASUS drivers
(for ASUS boards only)

- Use Eye3D-Activator to set glasses into page-flipping mode.
- Call up the OSD (CTRL-ALT-O)
- Press Page Up/Down until you see the VR histogram
- Adjust the 'direction' option to avoid reversed stereo


The i-Art PX-2000 controller

VGA-loop-through cable

wired system with 3.5 mm stereo jack

adjustable headband