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Professional Plastic Frame 3D Glasses Anaglyph Glasses for Movie Game Red & Cyan by Thumbs Up

3.2 out of 5 stars 124 customer reviews

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
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  • Item model number: RB01
  • ASIN: B001VJYGE0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 May 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
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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, our new 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.   Got your glasses??



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They are advertised as red/blue but are actually red/cyan... or almost.

The cyan filter lets through loads of red (which it obviously shouldn't) so they're completely useless for red/cyan anaglyph viewing.

I'm very disappointed with this purchase. :s
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I got these as I really don't like the paper ones that you get with the films. I sat down to watch a 3D film and they simpkly didn't work! I put the paper ones on and they worked. I really didn't understand why the glasses didn't work and I am not happy. What I did notice was that the red lens was on the left side but on the paper ones the red lens was on the right. I don't know if that was a factor or not. I would not recommend these whatsover.
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They are advertised as red blue but are actually a poorly made red cyan the cyan filter lets through lots of red so there is severe red ghosting also the frames themselves were squint the and would not sit on straight. I gave it 1 star but even that is to good for them DO NOT BUY THESE!!!!!!!
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The glasses look cool and feel cool. The problem is the Cyan lens is too light, which allows red light to bleed through it. The purity of the colours for filtering cannot be overstated. Don't get me wrong they do work, just not as well as a cheap pair of paper ones I have. The 3D image relies entirely on the the eyes seeing two separate images. When the colour bleeds through the lens it causes unsightly artifacts in that eye, which spoils the 3D effect. For the price I would have expected much better. Think I'll stick with the cheap ones. Digital cameras and freely available software, open up the world of 3D photography and there are many brilliant 3D images online, including Space and Mars missions. 3D images provide a far superior picture than a 2D picture can portray. The 3D effect seems to greatly enhance the detail somehow. BTW The polarised glasses are a waste of time for the home, but may possibly work with photographic slide projections, 2 views photographed through each polarised lens? Haven't tried it though.
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These arrived quickly and well packed. they are quite curved and do not allow you to wear your normal glasses easily. I have tried them on various internet 3d movie clips and they work generally well however, when objects are close there is some red ghosting but this is probably a flaw in the two colour 3d rather than the glasses. After 10 minuts of floating bubbles, aircraft flying towards me and a child on a 3d webcame reaching his arms out of the screen I felt sick and put them away. They were comfortable to wear for 10 minutes and after a minute or so your eyes get used to the two colours (which counteract each other out and give no perception of colour cast).
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Delivery (using Prime) was next day. Product seems OK - there are other comments about 'ghosting because one of the filters was not 'strong' enough. I found that most videos on the net were fine - there was some ghosting on some vids but these were usually extreme examples and probably reflect the video quality as much as these specs. Good quality stills showed no ghosting to my eyes. They are a fairly tight fit so if you have a 'wide' head then that could be a problem. They are wrap around as well so very snug but a problem if you wear glasses - these will not really fit over them though I did find a way to 'prop' them over mine (by placing at tip of nose) but had to look down (a bit like using bifocals) - ok for short while.For £1.99 I could not have expected better (and half expected 'duds'). So a pleased customer.
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Absolutely useless stuff. Don't buy this, don't repeat my mistake. Pair of cheap paper glasses will do work much more better
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These 3d glasses are not real they are fake I cant believe I even paid for them I dont suppose there is anyting amazon can do about this
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