polarized 3d glasses (ideal for cinemas and home 3d projection ) 1.00 poundland
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polarized 3d glasses (ideal for cinemas and home 3d projection ) 1.00 poundland

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Found 16th Aug 2010
saw these today theyre not the flimsy paper ones use used to get they are like proper glasses and work great at home wathcing 3d films

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They are £1 in the cinema anyway.

Original Poster

not in all cinemas and you dont get to keep them either

80p in cineworld at Castleford and yes you get to keep them!

Afaik all cinemas let you keep them now. But unless I'm missing something you can't use them at home as the new tvs use active shutter and the old ones use the Red/blue type glasses (different colour combinations too).

How will these work at home???
All 3D TV's use shutter glasses...!

Naaa not all cinemas let you keep them. Not the one I go to anyways....

Banned

Voted cold 80p in Cineworld

mrpipster

How will these work at home???All 3D TV's use shutter glasses...!



"home 3d projection"... i.e. via a projector, not a 3D LCD TV

Our cinema...vue says you can recycle your glasses in a box but its not a YOU MUST leave glasses here!

seems cheap to me (give or take 20p!) , and far easyer than going to the cinema if you want them for home use.

hot from me.

everything at my home is 3D anyway so dont need the glasses!

SFJnet

everything at my home is 3D anyway so dont need the glasses!



lol I was taking a walk the other day and thinking the same thing. Are these the red/blue one's then?.. because they can be used for the visualisations in winamp so i've wanted a pair for a while but not known where to buy them.

FoX5

lol I was taking a walk the other day and thinking the same thing. Are … lol I was taking a walk the other day and thinking the same thing. Are these the red/blue one's then?.. because they can be used for the visualisations in winamp so i've wanted a pair for a while but not known where to buy them.



Really? You would sit there listening to music with your 3D specs on watching a visualisation?

The 3d specs are anaglyph and usually red/cyan (more rarely, red/green). If you check out some of the websites and online resources - such as FS-3D.com - you may be gobsmacked at what is available in 3D!



Can't be used on a 3D TV at home, they use a different system

Actually, it can be used to watch 3D on your television at home - as I often do. There are many 3D methods of viewing television (see LINK) of which the anaglyph system is just one. Oh, in addition to red/cyan (used with success by Channel 4 in its week-long 3D season) and red/green there is also the blue/brown colour combination (recently used - with great success - for the broadcast of 3D episodes of Chuck on Virgin cable TV).

janaltus

The 3d specs are anaglyph and usually red/cyan (more rarely, red/green). … The 3d specs are anaglyph and usually red/cyan (more rarely, red/green). If you check out some of the websites and online resources - such as FS-3D.com - you may be gobsmacked at what is available in 3D!



Thanks.

jamesdew

Really? You would sit there listening to music with your 3D specs on … Really? You would sit there listening to music with your 3D specs on watching a visualisation?



Not all the time but milkdrop visualisation set 1.04 for winamp is the best i've ever seen nothing comes close. The fact that it can be viewed in 3D too is something i've always wanted to check out.
Edited by: "FoX5" 17th Aug 2010

FoX5

Not all the time but milkdrop visualisation set 1.04 for winamp is the … Not all the time but milkdrop visualisation set 1.04 for winamp is the best i've ever seen nothing comes close. The fact that it can be viewed in 3D too is something i've always wanted to check out.



Hi FoX5, I didn't know Winamp had had so much work done on it in recent years, thanks for the heads up. I must check it out. But I suspect "3d-accelerated viz plugin" on Winamp is not the same as two colour anaglyph 3d.

By the way, Gimp has a cool anaglyph add-on if you want to produce your own anaglyph 3d photos and graphics.


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