nVidia 3D Vision and Linux : first contact (round?)

The Constraint & Learning team in my lab (Contraintes et Apprentissage) has just acquired a 3D Vision kit, a Quadro FX board and a 120Hz LCD to test their visualization software Explorer3D in “real” 3D. I am also interested in using the 3D Vision for my own demos so I tried to configure my Linux to add stereo support and … that’s all for the moment ! While 3D Vision works perfectly under Windows, the nVidia Quadro FX 580 and 770M (in my laptop) are not compatible with 3D Vision under Linux (compare 3D Vision for Windows and 3D Vision for Linux requirements). I’m now waiting for a new Quadro FX or a driver for the USB glasses under Linux… If you have more info on 3D Vision under Linux (configuration steps, performance, limitation) please leave me a comment !