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I regularly go to the APOD (Astronomy Picture of the Day) website. Occasionally, they publish a red/blue "3D" picture of something. Without the right glasses, the pictures are... well... kind of ugly.
Like: I need glasses. This product fits over my glasses. It came with a nice case. The case also held a microfiber lens cloth. All good.
The Integrity helicopter in 3D on the surface of Mars is fun to see. Lava falls on Mars are spectacular. A boulder field on Mars is almost familiar. The surface of Pluto is exotic. Some pictures of the surface of comets and asteroids are (wait for it) out of this world. In terms of my values, the glasses paid for themselves within minutes of being received.
With these glasses I can finally, FINALLY see what we were never meant to see. Human eyes are trained on movement, biased toward patterns and greens and orange-pinks that permeate our "natural" "world." Well I am no longer constrained to Normal Human Eyes. I can now see the deepest blue and sanguine reds. No longer will this "third" dimension be hidden from my understanding. If I go, do not weep for me, for I am finally drifting down the river of Total Knowledge.
You cannot argue with the price. And the glasses do exactly what they claim. There is no need for glass batteries or even a 3d tv / monitor (just use VLC and change video settings; takes about 2 seconds once you know where to find the 3d option). So what is the downside? Afterall, you are saving hundreds of dollars (more like a thousand dollars or more) so what gives?
Well, many movie scenes will look "washed out". Once you remove the red & green colors from the movie, everything will tend to a look greyish. Is this a major issue? For the price? No, absolutely not. But since most 3d movies are a visual spectacle (Shakespeare they ain't) you may find it annoying to watch your favorite movies without the full color spectrum. To be clear, your movies will not be full on black & white, but in all likelihood you will notice the difference to a regular movie.
Other than that limitation, I was pleasantly surprised and can heartily recommend these glasses to 3d enthusiasts.
p.s. if you are new 3d (or you are familiar with pre-Avatar 3d), don't expect objects to come out of the screen at you. 3d these days more generally refers to your display/tv/monitor looking like you could reach into the display. I am a huge fan, but it is an acquired taste. For many people, they don't enjoy this type of 3d but for the price of these (refundable, I think?) glasses there is an easy way to take it for a test run and see if it works for you.
Yes, plastic, but precisely-made with no distortion in the lenses. The frame-fit is tight going on to my normal adult-sized head, but once in place the frame assumes a perfect secure fit. The front of the frame fits over my mid-sized prescription eyeglasses like it was designed for them. No unwanted contacts or increased pressure.
I purchased these for use with one of the 3D modes of Gaia Sky. Works perfectly for that.
Bought these to try out 3D anaglyph glasses. When the reviews here state that the red is intense it really is. 3D is rendered well but the picture is terrible - washed out colors and very dark. I tested the glasses using the Windows display color palate and saw that reds were masked out - appearing dark blue, and yellow/tan was washed out. That would explain the poor picture. Don't waste your money. Look for a pair where the review states that the red lens is not so intense and where colors appear natural.
Sure, they are Red and Blue, but Anaglyph is Red and Cyan. Blue may be Cyan adjacent, but you cannot properly view Anaglyph images. Anaglyph images are Red and Cyan, the Red lens sees Cyan and no red, the Cyan lens see Red and no cyan - except this lens is Blue, so you can see the Cyan with BOTH lenses, instead of a 3D effect, you get a double-vision effect. Comfortable to wear, sturdy construction. Nice case and lens cloth included. Didn't cost enough to trouble myself to send them back. Still searching for true Anaglyph glasses, one Amazon order at a time.
There are some videos that can be downloaded in Analgraph or Red/Cyan 3D. It depends upon the video you have or download. Some are pretty good. These videos (or mp4s) are available at most skin sites if you search for them. Seeing the human anatomy in 3D is pretty cool sometimes. I find that the quality of the photography varies a lot from good to pretty bad. I think its worth what they cost if you are interested in this genre of erotica. I think the old Analgraph technology is better and a little bit more predictable than the VR. VR is new and the phone systems I have tried are junk.