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Oppon Red Blue DVD 3D Anaglyph Glasses for Short Sightedness

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Enhance your 3D viewing experience with 3D Anaglyph Glasses. Anaglyphic glasses are used for viewing print, movies, websites, games, and computer applications in 3D and is defined as two views of the of the same subject (either moving or still) in co...
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Specifications:


  • Lightweight and easy to clip it on your glasses
  • Clear and thick resin without any distortion
  • Great idea product for nearsighted / farsighted 3D movie fans
  • This glass is not only more stylish than your normal 3D glasses, but it is made of durable resin for hours and hours of film viewing
  • Anaglyph images work by superimposing different angles and contrasting colors of an image, giving the illusion of depth
  • You are viewing the very best red blue 3D glasses available
  • Polarized 3D glasses create the illusion of three-dimensional images by restricting the light that reaches each eye
  • This pair of movie 3D glasses is comfortable for you to wear it
  • Folds and stores easily and lightweight
  • 3D Anaglyph Glasses are used for viewing 3D Movies, print, magazines, comic books, Anaglyph 3D photos on the internet and publications
  • Superior anaglyph red blue 3D glasses for watching the latest 3D movies
  • Made of plastic frame and red and cyan high quality lens. It is durable fashionable and cool
  • Lens Material: Resin 
  • Dimensions: 1.8mm / 0.07in(Lens Thickness)

Details:

Oppon Red Blue DVD 3D Anaglyph Glasses for Short Sightedness


  • Polarized 3D glasses create the illusion of three-dimensional images by restricting the light that reaches each eye

Oppon Red Blue DVD 3D Anaglyph Glasses for Short Sightedness


  • Superior anaglyph red blue 3D glasses for watching the latest 3D movies
  • Folds and stores easily and lightweight

How Do 3D Glasses Work?

For a 3-D movie to work, two images must be projected onto the screen simultaneously. The images have been filmed at slightly different angles, but are superimposed so that they appear to be just one image even if looked at without the glasses. The image without the glasses will seem fuzzy or out of focus, however, because one of the images is projected with a red hue and the other with a blue hue

Oppon Red Blue DVD 3D Anaglyph Glasses for Short Sightedness

Colored Glasses:


  • The standard 3-D glasses come with red on one lens and blue on the other. These colors act as filters; the red lens filters out the red from one eye and the blue filters out the blue from the other eye. The purpose of this is so that each eye technically perceives images that are just slightly different from each other

The Brain:


  • The purpose of the color filters and the image being shot from two angles is to make the colored glasses work like the eye does when putting together the 3-D world around us. Essentially, the point of using 3-D glasses is to trick the eye into seeing the 2-D screen image in three dimensions. The brain creates a composite of the two images being viewed by each eye into a three-dimension objectivity. By taking images that are just slightly different from each other, the brain is actually tricked into putting them together with an illusion of depth that does not actually exist and cannot be accomplished without the effect of filtering color from the image being transmitted to each eye

How to Test 3D Glasses?


Three-D glasses trick the eye to make images on 2-D surfaces appear to be "popping out" in 3-D. Even though the effect of the glasses is always the same, the ways of making the 3-D glasses vary. Two of the most common types of 3-D glasses are the Red-Cyan and ColorCode 3-D


Oppon Red Blue DVD 3D Anaglyph Glasses for Short Sightedness

How to Test ColorCode 3-D Glasses:


  • Navigate to the first link in the Resources section. The website contains a test picture for those who wanted to test their glasses for the 3-D commercials during the Super Bowl
  • Click on the image of the Chrysler Building in the center of the page, to get the larger version
  • Put on your ColorCode 3-D glasses. You should be able to see the image popping out of the screen

How to Test Red-Cyan 3-D Glasses:


  • Navigate to the second link in the Resources section. This website contains 3-D art photography
  • Right-click one of the images and select "View Image." This will show you the isolated image, without the rest of the website
  • Put on your Red-Cyan 3-D glasses. You should be able to see the image popping out of the screen

How to See If 3D Glasses Are Working?


When you go to the movies to see a film in 3D, you can still enjoy the story without wearing 3D glasses but the images won't pop or seem to be three dimensional. However, the sensation of depth, float, and stereo vision is enhanced and made visually available when you wear a pair of 3D, analglyph or polaroid glasses. The filters actually manipulate your vision to separate what the right and left eyes see. 3D films work because two views of the same image are projected simultaneously. One image matches the polarization or the color in the 3D glasses' right lens. The other image matches the polarization or the color in the 3D glasses' left lens

Oppon Red Blue DVD 3D Anaglyph Glasses for Short Sightedness


  • Put on your 3D glasses. If they have one red and one blue (or green) lens, they are called anaglyphic 3D glasses. If they have grey lenses, they are polaroid 3D glasses
  • Watch the movie for a few minutes while wearing the 3D glasses. See if the images in the movie pop out towards you or away from you. If the 3D glasses are the correct kind for the film, you should notice details of depth and float as you watch. Other movies depend on optical tricks using perspective
  • Cover one eye. If the 3D glasses work, this action will destroy the sense of depth and float. To appreciate 3D, each of your eyes must take in visual information and send it to the retina where it is fused into a single clear image that has depth and float. If the brain only receives (or pays attention to) the information from just one eye, it will see a single clear, but flat, image
  • Consult other people around you if it seems that your 3D glasses are not working. No one can tell if they habitually suppress the vision in one eye. It takes a skilled eye doctor to evaluate a person's binocular vision so, if other people find your 3D glasses to be effective but you do not, you may have a vision problem like amblyopia or strabismus. These conditions can often be treated with a program of optometric vision therapy under the supervision of a trained developmental optometrist. Unless you have adequately functioning binocular vision, even if your 3D glasses are working, they will not work for yoy

Package Included:


  • 1 x Pair of Red Blue 3D Anaglyph Glasses