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3-D TV Stereo Prism Glasses - FREE SHIPPING when purchased with "3Dphotoscope" - Glasses work with ANY screen! Watch over 10,000 3D YouTube videos! - Hands Free Stereoscope (Current 3D Cameras: Fuji W1 & W3, Aiptek 3D-HD, Nintendo 3DS, Sony DSC-WX5, DSC-TX9 & Bloggie 3D, Viewsonic 3DV5 & 3DSC5, Optimus 3D, DGX 5D7V, DGX-018...)

2.6 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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Product Description

Revolutionary! 3-D Stereo Prism Glasses. - Did you know? There are over 5,000 3-D Videos on YouTube! Just do a search for "yt3d" You'll be watching dozens of hours of FREE 3-D content as soon as your glasses arrive! - What makes these galsses so special? - No "lenses" that need to be focused... they use 2 prisms that bend the light to "Split & Separate" your "side-by-side" 3-D content. - TRUE Full Color Stereoscopic 3-D effect... not the cheap "simulated" 3D effect you get with other glasses that just push the entire image "back" into the screen without creating any 3-D depth within the image. - View virtually ANY size image without the need to ever focus the lenses... experience 3-D from small printed cards to larger screen video. - Normally you would have to spend up to $3,000 for a new 3-D TV set-up... Or thousands on a new computer with a special graphics card, screen and glasses... - Now for under $30, you, your family & your friends can see 3-D Videos and Photos on ANY Screen! - You can even use them to view Printed 3-D Photos! - If you own a 3D Camera or plan on getting one, then you NEED these glasses!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.8 x 1.9 x 0.6 inches
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces
ASIN B00465OY3Y
Item model number 3dprism
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2.6 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,334 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > 3D Glasses
#14,112 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Television Accessories
#21,592 in Electronics > Televisions & Video
Date first available at Amazon.com October 6, 2010

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These are parallel prism glasses. They work by obstructing your left eye to see the image on the right and vice versa.
Way better than blue-red or crossed eyes method which is tiresome, however the focal distance is pretty far from the screen, so the 3D image is relatively small. For example on a 19 inch monitor, your viewing distance would be from around 2 feet (around 60 cm).
When paired with good 3D images, the result is quite nice.
Note: I did not receive the DVD advertised as bonus...not the end of the world, but I find this misleading.
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First off they do what they say on the tin. They are prism glasses for viewing stereograms, and they do that job.

My problems come from the cost at $17 they are too expensive for what you get. They don't look very good, and the hinges are a bit flimsy. It wouldn't be that hard to break them.

Next comes the fact that they are really only suitable for small heads. And the bump for the nose caused actual pain when I wore them. In the end I had to take them off their ear pieces, attach them to a flip up hinge, and use a dremel to make a bigger nose bridge. All of which compounded my feeling that these were way over priced.

And needless to say they cannot be worn over glasses. Think very carefully before you buy this item.
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These glasses are designed with adjustable prisms so you can center the 3D image, but the glasses themselves do not adjust to fit. They probably fit a child or maybe if you have a small head. The 3D image actually appears once you get the prisms positioned properly, but the image size gets reduced so the 3D effect is not very pronounced. I'm going to try to modify the glasses so they will work over prescription glasses and clip on some how.
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I recently purchased these prism glasses for use with digital sources... computer monitors and possibly an iPad for both stills and video. I've been hoping for a decent stereo viewing device for the iPad 3 (well, nano display 'new' iPad) before I make that pricey purchase. On arrival, I immediately tried out the glasses on my monitor with various side-by-side (parallel) stereo images, and the glasses DO work as advertised.

However, there are several irritating features. For one, the ergonomics aren't great, especially if you're an eyeglass wearer. The plastic sides barely reach my ears and the glasses slip around a bit. But more importantly, I can sadly verify the complaint that I've read from several users (elsewhere) that the glasses have severe chromatic aberration.... on high contrast images you see strong color fringing on the sides of dark objects against light backgrounds. It's so strong that I would not like to share my images with others using these glasses. But they are still useful to me for checking my own images, etc., so I have no plans to return them. The price was right and I knew going in that the lenses are plastic. I did get what I paid for.
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If you're looking for something cheap to try to see video or image in 3D, these glasses do not help at all. I think Cross-eyed work better than this glasses, Trust me. Why? because you have to really focus, puting your eyes in a straight position, and the more you try to leave your eye in the same position is less what you can concentrate, on what you're watching, the quality is not good, (I know they try to made the perfect glasses, but they simply could not) You'll might use these glasses the first day, maybe twice, but I can assure you that you will no longer use these again.
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Pros- You get full color, you get full brightness, clear image and you get full 3d effect with no traditional ghosting. Compared to shutter 3d.

Cons- Rainbow like outline around objects(the larger the image the less noticeable)and you must be a specific distance away from the screen.

It is basically what you see cross-eyed but with the rainbow outline as mentioned above. You can adjust how far apart the prisms are but you can't adjust the angle so you can see the images from a closer distance.

If it had adjustable angles to look at images/video at a closer distance and there was no rainbow outline, it would easily beat out the shutter glasses and everything else short of having a HD head mounted display or glasses free monitor.
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I'll keep it short I have tried all diff kind of 3d glasses nvidia, ps3 tv shutter, glasses red/blue, but nothing comes as annoying as this it did work but still do see two images. I fixed the postion to middle still not that good they do work but still not comfortable and not fun to adjust and probably if theres something that will give me cross eyes it would be this. it's just an opinion. For that price I was expecting too much
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By Don on February 20, 2012
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This is so crappy....doesn't work at all...don't waste your money! This product did nothing for me. The glasses are too small and keep falling...the glasses are very frail and would break easily.
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