My understanding is no - there's a microprocessor in the emitter which controls their specific timings. While this can be emulated with other hardware and software, it's not as simple as merely plugging another emitter in.
That being said, 3DTV Corp (3dmagic.com) sells an emitter they say works with Vision 2 - http://www.3dmagic.com/ (click on Universal Home/Pro 8 Protocol Infra-red Emitter Gen2)
From the manual, supported modes are:
● Red — Model X, I/O, E-Dimensional, X3D, Model E, Model U, Mode
● Orange – Nvidia® ,Model U, Model N, Model NV1, NV2, Model E
● Orange Blinking – Samsung® 3rd
party glasses but NOT Samsung original glasses or X103, Model E, Model U, Model N,
Model SA3, Model CS
● Red- Green alternating- Model C, XpanD® 101, 103, JVC 3D DLA, Philips, NuVision®, Model E, Model U, Model N, HP
Envy, Volfoni, , C1, CK, CF and other Cinema Glasses
● Green blinking— Model C, XpanD® 101, 103, JVC DLA, Philips, Model E, Model U, Model N, HP Envy, Volfoni , C1, CK, CF
● Red blinking — Model E, Model U, X103, Model N
● Green —StereoGraphics® CrystalEyes ®, realD® CrystalEyes ®, Model E, Model U, Model N
● Green - Orange alternating — Model E, Model U, Model N, Sony® , X103, Model JP
YMMV.. Unfortunately Nvidia chooses not to sell the infrared emitter on its own, so unless you can find an original one on eBay (funnily enough, this one is being sold by the same company as the above, through their ebay store - http://stores.ebay.com/3dtvcorp), then you might be looking at another whole kit.
Last edited by Janaa; 2013-02-12 at 10:48 AM.
Originally Posted by DSRilk
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Isn't Nvidia really the only company that provides stable and good 3D experience for Gaming?
No I have both Iz3d and 3dVision and usually iz3d provides a better experience due to its customizability, UKXenon is talking about the VR Headset that also displays video in stereo 3D, it has two outputs, one to each eye.