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With 3D TV and cinema set to take off in the next few years, soon everyone will want to get in on the action with their very own pair of 3D glasses!

Light-years ahead of the flimsy old cardboard frames and thin red and green plastic lenses, these 3D glasses have comfortable, high quality plastic frames and proper optical lenses. The red and blue lenses are carefully tuned to get the best out of modern stereo imagery and the results are truly amazing! So, if you want to truly appreciate the latest in 3D technology then don't bother with the tacky cardboard viewers that cinemas supply and get your very own top quality 3D glasses that you can take with you again and again.
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#1
At least Play are honest enough to hilight prominently:
"Please note: These glasses are only designed to work with images or films where the 3D effect is created by a red/blue split. Not all 3D images are created in this way, so if you wish to uses these glasses for a specific film or image, please check that it is a red/blue 3D effect before purchase"

Incidentally my local Cineworld uses RealD 3D and charges just "£0.80 3D glasses" which are plastic and re-usable (no sign of cardboard, nor red/green. Even the Channel 4 3D season used ColorCode 3-D which was amber/blue and card (and free from Sainsburys).

MKD

Edited By: mk-donald on Aug 01, 2010 13:27: Added other (useful) 3D glasses info
#2
this is the wrong kind of 3D glasses for films
#3
Lornypops
this is the wrong kind of 3D glasses for films

really?, it wont work with films using 3d through red / blue?

please, tell me more......
#4
brum
Lornypops
this is the wrong kind of 3D glasses for films


really?, it wont work with films using 3d through red / blue?

please, tell me more......


The new 3d tv's require the black glasses, like the ones used in the cinema. This is the old way of viewing 3d.
#5
Can anybody point me to a DVD that uses this type of glasses? Or even a VHS tape?
#6
Polar Express Bluray does :p
#7
inicholson
Can anybody point me to a DVD that uses this type of glasses? Or even a VHS tape?


I think you will find this one does

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Journey-Center-Earth-3D-DVD/dp/B001FB0W2O
#8
lukeyd
brum
Lornypops
this is the wrong kind of 3D glasses for films
really?, it wont work with films using 3d through red / blue?please, tell me more......
The new 3d tv's require the black glasses, like the ones used in the cinema. This is the old way of viewing 3d.

How would you see through them if they were black? think you mean polarized, 3dtv are active polarized and cinema films use passive.
#9
inicholson
Can anybody point me to a DVD that uses this type of glasses? Or even a VHS tape?

yes ALL dvd films which play 3d are done through red/ blue or red/green
blu ray was the same unitl a few months ago.


i think some on here are the typical no nothing but hit google type, no doubt they are all lawyers and doctors as well and 'know their rights'.

to stop any further confusion this should help , it shows the films on all formats and what is required to view them. only 10 films listed so far for release or have been relased in other 'new formats' and of that 10 monsters v aliens and coraline, 1 of the films is a demo. against the 50 which use red/green/blue.

http://www.3dmovielist.com/3ddvds.html


once the Ps3 3d update for bluray films is finished, i will start buying 3d bluray for films like toystory 3 3d.

Edited By: brum on Aug 01, 2010 14:36: ........................
#10
The first line is the misleading bit
With 3D TV and cinema set to take off in the next few years, soon everyone will want to get in on the action with their very own pair of 3D glasses!


These certainly are NOT for anything coming in the new incarnation of 3D TV or Cinema - as has been correctly pointed out - all NEW 3D (the stuff at the cinemas / Sky 3D etc etc) use polarized glasses - either active or passive - not coloured lenses.

These would be OK for DVD's and old VHS tapes that were3D (Spy Kids 3D, Jaws 3D etc) checking first off if they are the right colour lenses!
#11
Lakeside
Polar Express Bluray does :p


this is the only one i can think off which is red+blue

magenta+green glasses exist too XD (coraline, journey to the centre of the earth, final destination, my bloody valentine)
#12
inicholson
Can anybody point me to a DVD that uses this type of glasses? Or even a VHS tape?


The Final Destination does too and its a 2009 movie so Red/Blue isn't as out-dated as you think!...

Edit: I've just looked at The Final Destination glasses after the above comment, they look blue to me, not green.

Edited By: CDR on Aug 01, 2010 15:42: Added extra text...
#13
yep, you can have blue&amber ones, some 3d mkv's use these.
#14
Brilliant idea! I felt such a prat wearing the cardboard ones...

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