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I'll stay tuned. It would be strange that VR viewers weren't developed with this market in mind too.
Probably. This image shows the reason:
But Pimax has two wide screens, it hasn't to display a small rectangular movie image inside a square view.
What do you mean by demanding? I play common 2D Blu-ray discs on my laptop with Leawo (plays almost all) and VLC + added libraries (plays some). These programs play 3D Blu-rays as 2d movies, I don't know what they could do with a 3D TV or other 3D device.
Leawo is free, however I have a sort of feel that they will make it payware once out of the beta phase.
If you have a Toshiba device, maybe their player would be worth a try:
I know this guide, although I never tried it for lack of a 3D viewer. However I find the whole procedure a bit time consuming.
VR viewer manufacturers ahould think about this use of their devices, and pimax 8K (probably 4K too) has enough resolution to be ready for it.
If someone from Pimax would read this thread...
IMO if one can see Blu-rays with a computer and suitable software, all is missing to watch them - and other 3D content, like 360° movies - on Pimax is an intermediate software layer, let's call it a driver. Might be the VorpX drivers mentioned by @Wildcopper, or some other software developed by Pimax itself.