Moonlight3D is on the Leia Appstore now
Like our King’s tablet remote connection exclusive feature did in the past, now the Lume Pad 2/Nubia Pad 3D (from now we’ll call them the Nubia for easier reading) can also stream your PC content to the tablet. Any and all content in Half-Width SBS format on your PC will be supported. You’ll be able to stream 3D media, software, and games. So, now you can use Stereo Photo Maker to edit your 3D photos also on the Nubia.
Moonlight3D is a fork of the open-source Moonlight Project 25, which is a wireless PC streaming solution primarily for playing PC games, but can work for anything. Moonlight 3D works exactly like Moonlight except for the 3D feature, so Leia will not be providing Moonlight-specific support or troubleshooting, only support regarding the 3D feature.
To enable Moonlight3D, first set up your PC. If you have a PC with an Nvidia graphics card, go to GeForce Experience and enable Nvidia Gamestream. If you have another kind of PC, download and set up the Sunshine 9 app. Using Sunshine, Moonlight3D also supports remote streaming, meaning you can leave your Windows Desktop and home and stream it to your tablet when you’re traveling. For the best results, set your PC display resolution to a resolution with a 16:10 ratio, such as 2560×1600, to ensure it will fill the screen of your tablet when streaming.
Moonlight3D streams your PC wirelessly in 2D by default, but by tapping and holding three fingers on your screen, you can toggle back and forth between 2D and 3D. Note: tapping quickly with three fingers will bring up and dismiss the on-screen touch keyboard just like in the original Moonlight app, so be wary that they’re slightly different gestures.
Moonlight3D also supports any gamepad, keyboard, or mouse connected to Lume Pad 2 or Nubia Pad 3D either through the USB-C port or through Bluetooth. It will pass the inputs to the PC remotely while the PC display is being streamed to your tablet.
This enables an entirely new class of content creator to use their tablet as a live 3D monitor of their professional creations on their PC.